Triangle vs. Work Zone - What’s the Difference?

Posted by Brakur Custom Cabinetry

Dec 16, 2014 9:30:00 AM

Brakur_-_Triangle_vs_work_zoneFor years homeowners have heard all about the work triangle. The work triangle has been around for a while and was designed in the 1940’s to help people work more efficiently in the kitchen. 

Today as the size and layouts of our kitchens have increased people are finding that the work triangle doesn’t necessarily work for all of today’s kitchens. Kitchens are no longer used just for cooking.  Many kitchens today are not only larger but are open to other living areas such as the family room. There are many more activities that occur in the kitchen in addition to having a lot more appliances.  Designers are finding work zones for most kitchens to be a much more effective use of space.


Topics: Design Trends, Chicagoland, Custom Kitchen, Work Zone, Work Triangle

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Located in Shorewood, Il, Brakur Custom Cabinetry, Inc. has been providing high quality locally manufactured cabinetry since 1965. Brakur is the largest manufacturer of custom cabinetry in Northern Illinois with a 100,000 plus square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and more than 80 employees.

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