Rule Number 1 of Kitchen RenovationKeeping the kitchen triangle clean and whole is the number one rule of creating the proper kitchen. You will have some work on your hands, mainly in the clearance department. You perhaps want to do a kitchen renovation and realize that there is going to be a lot of rubbish clearance. Yes, it will be a lot of work to do the house clearance; yet it will prove worth it in the end when you see your beautiful renovation is complete. And you have to start with the junk clearance because most of the things you own anyway are just clutter that gets in your way.

But it is good not to throw everything in the waste removal heap if some things can be recycled, because some people who are less fortunate than you are will surely appreciate being able to get these items for their own needs and projects. You can offer them for free online, sell them at a discounted price online or donate them to a second hand place that collects such items.

When you think of your kitchen, you think of things being primarily rectangular or square in shape in relation to the room, the appliances and the cabinets. But then you hear about the kitchen work triangle. No, this is not the construction of a literal triangle. No, kitchens are not now being constructed to be triangular in shape.

This usage of the kitchen triangle is figurative. It relates to the fact that placement of the sink, cook top, and refrigerator in relation to their proximity that they form an imaginary triangle. This is so that it is convenient for you to use your kitchen to it maximum functionality potential when you are working in your kitchen preparing meals, etc. So this type of arrangement is definitely something to take into consideration when you do your new kitchen renovation.

You can look at magazines and kitchen renovations online for ideas of where you would like to place your fridge, sink, and cook top. The standard placement for sinks does seem to be under a nice bright, sunny window. Take more ideas and use the best ones to model your kitchen on, or otherwise use your imagination to make the most out of your junk and instead of going for junk disposal, use it in a DIY endeavour.

Once your renovation is complete, do a junk clearance from time to time to keep your kitchen looking its best and to make it functional. That means get rid of things on the counter and in drawers that you are not using. Get rid of bottles and papers that have collected. You will surely then enjoy your kitchen renovation even more.

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