6 Kitchen Layouts
Since everyone has different preferences and needs, there are many different kitchen
layout options to choose from. Here we have explained and shown examples of
6 popular layouts to help you determine what is best for you and your space.
U-Shaped kitchens consist of three walls made up of countertops,
cabinets, and appliances. This symmetrical layout gives you ample counter
space, so it is ideal if you cook often and need a large area to prep.
Due to the shape of this layout, it has less counter space than a u-shaped kitchen
because it only utilizes two walls instead of three. Although this is the case, this
kitchen layout is perfect for an open floor plan, which is great for entertaining.
This layout is ideal for smaller kitchens because it makes efficient use of all space
available. It is made up of two parallel counters with an aisle in between them.
This type of kitchen consists of a single wall that has all of the countertop space,
appliances, and cabinets. This is useful in smaller spaces because it takes up
very little room. An island can also be added for additional counter space.
This floor plan allows for extra counter space and an area to entertain
guests. The island can house a sink, appliances, or extra cabinets to
free up other areas in your kitchen and add more room for storage.
You can also add stools to the island to turn it into an area to eat at.
G-Shaped / Peninsula
This layout is similar to a U-Shape kitchen, but with the addition of an
attached island called a peninsula. This usefully adds additional counter and
storage space into a kitchen when there isn’t enough room for a full island.
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