Source: Homes, April 11, 2007
Kitchen makeovers by Michael Nash dominate COTY Awards
By John Byrd Special to the Times
Many years ago, it was determined that every kitchen remodel; should be laid out as a triangle.
The sink, stove and refrigerator were the points of the triangle, and the cook was in the middle. This held true whether it was a U-shaped, L-shaped or galley kitchen.
This “chef’s triangle” was deemed most efficient after a study in the 1950s concluded that the average cook worked alone in the kitchen, prepared meals from scratch and needed storage space for about 400 items….<Read More>