By On May 20, 2018 Design
You will always find me in the kitchen at parties”… you have probably heard and experienced this yourself. Over recent years, kitchens have moved away from being solely utilitarian and in favor of being more versatile, suitable for entertaining and relaxing as well as cooking. A professional designer will always keep this in mind and look to create a kitchen design that is open and inviting, and that can facilitate entertaining and be cooking simultaneously.
One of our favorite kitchen design tips is to include a kitchen island with seating. This provides an inviting area where guests and family members can relax and socialize without encumbering the use of the work triangle. The host can then cook and entertain without being excluded.
Here an additional kitchen design tip – your kitchen can have several work triangles depending on your needs. The kitchen layout above has three – a primary zone for preparing food (in blue), a secondary zone for cooking and baking (in red) and a third zone for circulation through the kitchen (in yellow). This designer made sure that any traffic through the kitchen would not interfere with food preparation.
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