Even though there are as many kitchen designs as there are kitchen designers, most kitchens follow one of six basic layouts. To get started quickly, first choose the layout that suits your space and preferences. See the figures below for a quick look at each basic layout.
|An Island kitchen layout is best suited to large spaces.|
|A Peninsula kitchen layout is similar to an island kitchen, but it doesn’t require as much floor space.|
|A U-shaped kitchen layout minimizes the flow of traffic through the work zone.|
|An L-shaped kitchen layout usually uses space more efficiently than a U-shaped kitchen.|
|A Galley (or corridor) kitchen layout is ideal for smaller spaces.|
|A 1-wall kitchen layout requires the least amount of floor space.|
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