To make this charming kitchen as functional as possible, interior designer Linda Woodrum opted for a triangle-style workspace. “When I think of smart design, I think of wisely designing a home that functions well on a high level, so that’s what Kelly Mockingbird, the design coordinator, and I tried to do through this whole process,” explains Linda. “It works well. Everything is in that small triangle, and it’s just very usable and functional.”
The white cabinets and island keep this kitchen feeling spacious, while thoughtfully positioned appliances lend to an easy work triangle when cooking and entertaining. The black barstools are a crisp punctuation to the chic design.
This breakfast area was intended to be a casual, comfortable space for the family. The table is reclaimed wood. Yellow end chairs are sunny, cheerful and a fun pairing with the triangle-shaped light fixture.
A ribbed leather chair and matching ottoman adds a thick textural element complimenting the striped textural pattern of the area rug. Three dimensional triangle floor cushions bring an unexpected shape to the traditional rectangular angles of the room.
Lush linens and several pillows have been used to make a bed that has a gold padded headboard. The wall behind the bed is dark wood colored and from the ceiling hang two triangle-shaped pendant lights.
White subway-tiled walls serve as a crisp, clean backdrop in this transitional bathroom. Floating wood shelves provide open storage, while an eye-catching triangle wall cutout houses a plant that adds color to the neutral space.
Midcentury modern entertainment center units form a mirror image around the fireplace featuring a white hearth, gray brick surround and modern mantel art. Three dimensional triangle floor cushions add a unique shape detail among the traditional rectangular pieces in the room.
A triangle of velvety grasses stands out against this home's green lawn. Pairing foliage plants of different textures is an instant way to liven up a yard or garden. Beyond the yard, the newly constructed garage is a harmonious addition to the scene.
Confetti-like black, gold and silver triangles sprinkle the walls of this whimsical nursery. Brass accents bring a sophisticated touch, while soft, plush textiles give the space a warm and cozy feel. A feathery dream catcher hangs enchantingly over the simple white crib.
Subtle variations in the tile backsplash complement the gray and white marble countertops in this airy, contemporary kitchen. The island sink is directly across from the cooktop and just steps from the fridge, creating an ideal work triangle. Unique globe pendants by Arteriors light up the island in style.
Contemporary lighting and a crisp, clean color palette blend to create a functional, beautiful kitchen in this Brooklyn townhome. The island sink, range with custom hood and wide built-in refrigerator form an ideal work triangle. Variegated wood flooring provides beautiful contrast against the white cabinetry.
Step 2- Cut Out Felt Pieces
First, cut a small piece of felt that’s about ¼ inch wide x 4-inches long- this is the “scarf”. Next cut out a triangle with one side having a rounded edge. Later this will become the “hat”.
Designer Nathalie Tremblay maximized space in this 1960s bungalow galley kitchen with a 24-inch-deep refrigerator/freezer for better traffic flow, created a work "triangle" despite the corridor-like shape of the actual space, and chose a simple, black-and-white palette to keep visual clutter to a minimum.
A simply frosted layer cake gets a festive upgrade thanks to a clever cake topper that's a snap to make. Lukomski strung mini cardboard-triangle banners between a pair of striped straws topped with adorable washi-tape flags. So sweet!
Integrated appliances and crisp, clean lines give this open-concept kitchen a streamlined, airy appeal. A custom stainless steel vent hood hangs above the professional gas range, resulting in a cooking station built for a chef. The in-island sink and double oven form a perfect work triangle, and a pot filler above the cooktop offers added convenience.
A pair of bunk beds makes this the perfect spot for sleepovers. A fun black-and-white pattern is carried from the triangle wall decals to the graphic-print bedspreads and white, Danish-style furniture. Model airplanes are hung in a group from the ceiling to give this kids' room its own mini airshow.
This fun twist on a casual living room uses a triangle patterned rug to add shape to the room. A gray leather sofa and black cushioned wooden rocker provide seating around a low wooden coffee table, while bright accents of red are added by a variety of pillows, a vase of flowers and eclectic wall art.