The only design rule you should use when planning a kitchen

Nathan Law

If you’ve ever designed a kitchen from scratch, you’ll know how agonising the layout decisions can be. Well-designed kitchens always look like everything is in its right place, but understanding just how that harmony was achieved can be difficult. Until recently, many people swore by the work triangle method for […]

If you’ve ever designed a kitchen from scratch, you’ll know how agonising the layout decisions can be. Well-designed kitchens always look like everything is in its right place, but understanding just how that harmony was achieved can be difficult.

Until recently, many people swore by the work triangle method for organising the best modern kitchen ideas, especially when planning small kitchen layout ideas. This method basically assumed that everything should start by grouping together the sink, the stove, and the fridge, with everything else growing around those things. 

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