Kitchen is the most important aspect of your house. Hence, it is necessary to design the kitchen in such a way that it would be comfortable for cooking with ample space in the kitchen. Kitchen design layout is basically categorized into various categories. These categories include U-shape, the galley, open plan layout, single line kitchen island kitchen, and the L-shape kitchen layout. Following the popular layout styles of l-shaped kitchen designs bellow…
L-Shaped Small Kitchens
An L-shape layout is often a smart choice for a smaller kitchen. In this retro-inspired kitchen, shorter ‘legs’ mean less distance between the sink, stove and refrigerator, allowing the space to be used more efficiently.
Universal Design in Kitchen
Flowing Floor Plan
Room for Two Chefs
Unlike some kitchen layouts, L-shaped kitchens are often large enough to accommodate multiple people. This kitchen’s dual professional-style ranges and ample counter space allow two cooks to work at the same time, while the office nook and central island can be used for snacks or studying. Design by Alan Hilsabeck, Jr.
Functional Kitchen Island
If your L-shaped kitchen is large enough to accommodate one, an island is a great addition for entertaining and extra counter space. This kitchen’s spacious island with a sink allows the cook to face guests while preparing food.
The versatile L-shaped kitchen consists of countertops on two adjoining walls that are perpendicular, forming an L. The ‘legs’ of the L can be as long as you want, though keeping them less than 12 to 15 feet will allow you to efficiently use the space. Design by Alicia Friedmann.
L-shaped kitchens are often open enough to accommodate a small table, creating a casual space for family meals. This contemporary kitchen has both a table and an island with extra seating.
Kitchen With Industrial Flair
Professional-grade appliances and an efficient layout make this kitchen worthy of a restaurant. Stone walls and floors balance the stainless steel elements and keep the space from feeling cold. Design by Tina Muller