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When repairing a kitchen, the biggest limitation of your creativity is the layout of your kitchen. If you have the ability to tear down and rebuild, you have a lot of flexibility in this area. Functionality is the most important aspect of any kitchen design. Even show kitchens retain the basic form and function of traditional cuisines. The best way to determine function is to look at the triangle of the kitchen. The kitchen work triangle consists of three main positions in the kitchen – a refrigerator, sink, and stove. The idea of a kitchen working triangle is a good separation between the three positions so that there is no lateral circulation that could interfere with the chef. A triangle is also the most effective form and provides the shortest distance between these stations. Given the triangle of work in the kitchen,

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Studio Kitchen Designs 2

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there are basic provisions from which other provisions can be obtained. In a small kitchen, sometimes you have to sacrifice a kitchen work triangle due to lack of space. You can see the “wall layout” style in lofts and small studios. Here are three stations on the wall. This is only possible if the kitchen is in an open space that is not covered by walls or furniture. Another small configuration of the kitchen is the “layout of the corridor”, which has stations on both sides of the narrow corridor. The difference between the hallway and the layout of the walls is that the layout of the corridor actually corresponds to the concept of the working triangle of the kitchen. This layout also gives you more storage space, since you have two cabinet walls instead of one. The disadvantage of the layout of the hallway is that the

movement in the corridor often conflicts with the chef. For large kitchens, you can use the “L-shaped arrangement” or “U-shaped arrangement”. The L-shaped kitchen is located in the corner of the house with two adjacent walls, like the letter “L”. Typically, a refrigerator is closest to a public place, and a sink is located at the back. This gives others easy access to the refrigerator and does not lead to cooking. A U-shaped kitchen resembles an L, except that it is connected by another wall, which forms a “U”. The U-shaped kitchen best illustrates the working triangle of the kitchen, since each wall houses a separate station, creating the ideal workspace for the chef. If space allows, you can also place the island in the middle of your kitchen. Another design concept is to create a peninsula that protrudes from the L-

shaped kitchen to provide a better working space, as it forms a U-shaped kitchen. There are many options and arrangements for the design of the kitchen. To build the perfect kitchen, you must truly look at the role that your home cooking plays. Are the design and beauty more important or cooking skills for guests and easier cleaning? How much storage space do I need (upper and lower cabinets)? Will the kitchen is used for cooking every day or only on special occasions?

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