Kitchen / July 2, 2018 /
While kitchen islands are a feature you will find in many kitchens, the idea of utilizing them as a central gathering point is what homeowners are remodeling for. We have known for a while now that dining rooms were on the out. But, now I am seeing a lot of people forgoing traditional seating and incorporating most or all of their seating at an island or a peninsula. People entertain, and families are more on the go, so they want flexible seating near the kitchen. If you have a kitchen island, getting on board with this trend will be easy for you. Create some seating arrangements and a centerpiece to make it a gathering point for all.
If you have been thinking about a redesign, odds are you have heard a ton about the kitchen work triangle. In essential terms, the kitchen triangle alludes to the association of the three fundamental work zones in your kitchen: the sink, stove and refrigerator. As a general rule, the separation between these zones ought to be no under 4 and no bigger than 9. What is more, the aggregate of the considerable number of legs in a work triangle ought not be more noteworthy than 26. This will require cautious space arranging in light of the fact that if the entirety of the legs in the work triangle is too little, the kitchen will feel excessively cramped and individuals will be bumping into each other.