Diverting traffic from the core of a kitchen

In the context of redesigning a kitchen, why should you divert traffic from a kitchen's core and how do you achieve this?

Asked by Michael on 25th Oct 2022
Expert Trade Answers
"So i would imagine you use an island to act as flow divide. If that doesn't work then a carefully positioned honey badger could work"
Answered on 28th Oct 2022 - Member since Oct 2022 - report
Well in my opinion the refrigerator and kitchen sink. These are the two very important areas that will attract traffic.
The placement of the sink and refrigerator must be taken into account. Having an island which includes bar type seating on one side away from the core area.. In a larger kitchen the walk through can then be on one side of isl"
Answered on 26th Oct 2022 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
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