Lexington Homes Dishes On Kitchen Design And Expanding The Kitchen Triangle

September 15, 2021


Over more than four decades, Taylor Johnson client Lexington Homes has seen kitchens in its townhome and single-family communities evolve from a space to prepare and serve meals to their current function as the hub of a home. When writer Barbara Ballinger was looking for experts to chew the fat about modern kitchen design, we connected her with Denise Benach, Lexington’s director of interior design. In the article, which covers everything from the origin of the kitchen work triangle to the room’s 24/7 multi-use status today, Benach noted three growing kitchen needs among new-construction buyers – stylish and separate WFH nooks complete with task lighting and shelving; a butler’s pantry/beverage center with wine refrigerator, small sink and space for glassware; and a walk-in pantry for storing non-perishables and lesser-used appliances. Read more about the latest kitchen designs in TJ TALK:  https://conta.cc/3kaH2qG

 

Lexington Homes is known for its on-point kitchen designs, from its townhomes at Lexington Trace (left), where kitchens have large islands, storage pantries and multiple dining areas, to its single-family homes at Parkside of Glenview (right), which offer oversized islands, double ovens and built-in buffets.


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