Our kitchens are designed on the kitchen “work triangle” concept to ensure maximum efficiency between the cook top, the sink, and the refrigerator where the primary tasks are carried out. This design makes cooking and spending time in our kitchens less of a chore and more of a treat. Our larger, more contemporary homes move outside the “work triangle” on occasion to create a space more appropriate for multi-tasking.
Trends are moving towards kitchens evolving into multipurpose rooms, designed to highlight character in specific areas. Islands are no longer simply used for dinner prep, but now are designed to include a seating area on the opposite side that encourages conversations during food preparation. Families are cooking together now more than ever and this work zone space cultivates that trend by allowing ample space for multiple cooks without hindering productivity.