How will this work in your kitchen? 1. Think about how well you get around in your current kitchen. What frustrates you in your kitchen? What causes problems while you're working? What could be added or removed with few changes and a limited budget? Thinking about what bothers you the most will help you figure out how to organize your kitchen workspaces within the triangle format. At the time the kitchen work triangle was created there was no space for decoration or entertaining in the kitchen. Now, kitchens are much larger. They've become the hub of the home and often share space with dining and living rooms for easy entertaining. If you're redesigning a kitchen, odds are you'll need to take entertaining, eating and doing homework into account. By keeping your main cooking areas confined to one part of the kitchen, you'll be able to make use of other spaces without any conflicts.