You have probably known that a triangle arrangement of stove, sink and fridge is the ideal for workflow in a kitchen. If you are remodeling or building a new kitchen, this is, logically, the arrangement to work towards.
However, every house, every kitchen and every homeowner, the end user, is different. So the question becomes how to arrange your new kitchen so as to create an ideal workflow.
Say you have awkwardly placed windows. Traditionally and sink goes under the main kitchen window (for looking out at the farmyard?). But this might not be an ideal placement for you. Surely you wsnt the kitchen to look good, and it should, and that workflow arrangment DOES look good and it feels good, too.
Since the dimensions for layout will vary, since you might or might not be able to move appliance positions or electrical, or other features of your existing kitchen, a strategy has to be worked out so that you have it all.
Who can do this for you? Can you do it yourself?
The answer is, 100% of the time, you need an experienced kitchen designer and, hopefully, cabinets that can be customized since fixed sizes will result in dead space and awkward placements.
A real kitchen designer who has the exact measurements of your space, knows the goals you have for the project, and is willing to listen to your concerns, evolving preferences, and budget issues, is the person you want to help you.
Because help is available. We help people work out the very best layout for their individual circumtances. There is nothing cookie-cutter about it. You want a professional kitchen design service and a real and expert person who truly wants to help you.
Don’t settle for less.