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Efficiency in the Kitchen – Infographic [Noel Dempsey]

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It’s a fact that we spend most of our waking time in the kitchen. That is why it is so important that we ensure we have a well designed and laid out kitchen in order to make our lives easier. A well designed kitchen will ensure free flowing of traffic and help you to make the most of…

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Kitchen Design with Flawless Work Flow

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Designing your new dream kitchen can be both very exciting and overwhelming at the same time. While choosing your appliances, cabinets and fixtures, be careful not to try and fit too much in the space. It’s very important to keep the kitchen flow in mind when starting from scratch designing your kitchen. Here are some…

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Plan your Kitchen Workflow

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As you can imagine, designing your kitchen can be very overwhelming and expensive. It’s also a project that homeowners try to only do once or twice in a lifetime. When you begin your kitchen remodel, it’s important to think beyond the style and focus on the workflow and function. Think about these four elements of…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Kitchen Layout Designs

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Remodeling your kitchen layout is very exciting and can change the feel of your entire home. There are so many different layout options to choose from. Think about your household needs and determine which style would  accommodate you most. Take a look at these different layout options to see which suites your home best.

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Open vs. Closed Kitchen Layout

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The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s important that the flow and layout works for you and your family. There’s no right, wrong, good or bad way to layout your kitchen but there are many pros and cons to open and closed layouts.

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Work Triangle vs Work Zones: The Efficient Kitchen Layout

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The kitchen work triangle is an interior design practice that dates back to the 1940s. The ideology behind this layout is that you maximize efficiency in the kitchen by placing the refrigerator, range, and sink 4-9 feet apart, forming a rough equilateral triangle. This concept is best executed in closed or semi-closed kitchens. However, with…

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