Consider the natural flow between work zones in the kitchen.
This work path is often referred to as ‘the working triangle’.
The working triangle illustrates the path between the most frequently
used work areas, such as the fridge, sink and cooking appliances.
Reducing the size of the working triangle will save you time and effort
in your new kitchen. Using these four common kitchen layouts
(Straight Line, L-shape, U-shape and Galley), and referring to the working triangle, select the design most suited to your new kitchen.
Hints & Tips
Refer to the sample of a kitchen
design layout. You can create a
design using the grid as a guide.
The design highlights the cupboards
used, and also indicates where
panels should be used. You will see
that I have marked in a solid line,
indicating the wall perimeter of the
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One of the most
common layouts is the
L-shaped kitchen, ideal
for homes incorporating
a small table for dining in the kitchen space.
If you have a large room,
and want the most efficient
working triangle, then
the U-shaped kitchen is
ideal. It is also perfect for
the demands of a family,
offering maximum storage
space with many wall