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For decades, the kitchen triangle has been a tried and tested way to efficiently arrange household kitchens. The concept was originally designed in the 1940’s as a workspace plan for parents to quickly prepare meals for their growing families. The main idea is to have an imaginary triangle connecting the cooktop, the sink, and the refrigerator—creating a clear path between the three in order to get meal prep and cleanup finished without having to scramble all over the entire kitchen. According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, the trusty work triangle should follow these guidelines:. - Each leg of the work triangle should measure between 4-9 feet, while the sum of the triangle’s three sides shouldn’t go over 26 feet. Full story

25 January