According to a recent study, an average person walks 61 miles (around 90+km) every year within one’s kitchen. To give an approximation, that would be like walking from Mumbai central to Lonavala! No wonder one gets tired after spending a good amount to time in the kitchen.
If your kitchen is your daily workspace and you want to make it less of a workout and more of a high-functioning space, then we suggest you know more about the kitchen’s golden triangle.
What is a Kitchen’s Golden Triangle?
The experts at Veneta Cucine explains that a golden triangle in terms of spacing separating the cooking zone, preparation zone, and the storage zone. It should within a 4-9 feet gap in the kitchen so that your everyday work is easier to manage. Not only does this make your kitchen highly efficient and functional space but it also lends an aesthetic character to it. When everything has a designated space, the countertops are bound to be easier to clean and maintained as a clutter-free zone.
Here is a basic sketch example of a golden triangle in a U-shaped kitchen.