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28 Oct 2021

Classic kitchen design

The triangle workspace theory for kitchen design suggests that your hob, sink and fridge should be designed with one of these elements at each point of the triangle.

A triangle can have many different forms and the majority of kitchens will comply with this classic design strategy by default. More important to consider in a classic kitchen design is the resulting kitchen, will it match the user or homeowner. Aspects to consider during the design phase include: how many people are in the household, is there a lot of cooking done, how much seating is required, where is the natural light available at different times of the day. This beautiful Leicht kitchen was designed for a customer in Donnybrook, County Dublin. The grey concrete doors are handle-less in one area, with a handle introduced at the refrigeration section, allowing ease of opening of an A-rated fridge. The kitchen space is flooded with natural light from the large window to the garden, making the dining area a bright and attractive space. This classic kitchen design allows for seating at the table at the window and more informal stool seating, with Fifties stools from Calligaris adding a splash of colour. A touch of luxury is the wine fridge, designed on the dining side of the island unit..

If you would are considering a new kitchen and would like to discuss classic kitchen design with one of our design team, drop into our showroom in Ballsbridge, Dublin or book a design consultation here.