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Island kitchens are typically designed with a centrally placed countertop that’s unattached to the main kitchen area. And since, this kitchen area is easily accessible from all sides, an island layout adds to the functionality of a kitchen, providing ease of movement and unhindered work traffic. The island was basically designed for serving the purpose of additional space required for food preparation and cooking support, but today, families increasingly use the island as a table for breakfasts and for sharing quick bites.
l Straight kitchen design follows a single-wall kitchen layout with a counter space on both sides of the cooking range. Straight Kitchens are essentially meant for a small kitchen area. We can add certain element to a straight kitchen design including storage cabinets above and below. Such straight kitchen designs would provide easy access to kitchen appliances and everyday provisions. You can fix a linear arrangement of set of drawers and cabinets fixed at the lower level, which are supported by cabinets on top to store crockery and everyday cooking essentials, such an arrangement for any straight kitchen design will match up to meet the needs of any user.
The L-shaped kitchen layout is a standard design for home kitchens. The L-shape layout was developed long ago, but the ergonomics of it make it a sensible and popular choice that is appropriate even for the modern home kitchen. What makes the L-shaped kitchen design so efficient is that it facilitates a sensible work triangle to the preparation, cleanup and cooking areas. The L-shape is most frequently used in smaller kitchens that cannot incorporate an island or G-shape.
The L-shaped kitchen is not a dated style or difficult to match to any décor. The shape simply refers to the floor plan layout and does not constitute any additional restrictions or requirements passed that. To achieve a proper L-shaped design, the kitchen must be built at a corner where two walls form a perpendicular angle and where one wall is twice the length of the other.
Parallel or Galley Kitchen layouts are a relatively newer concept, where two kitchen platforms, along with their cabinets run parallel to each other. Compact and yet convenient, these kitchens are a favourite with small apartment dwellers or those who have a space constraint.
Parallel Kitchens are designed based on the house structure and work seamlessly for homes with a space crunch. They provide a large amount of storage, and make for efficient usage of space, with cabinets that run, both on the top and bottom on either side of the kitchen. These kitchens are perfect for older existing structures, where not much of re-arranging is required, or re-modelling can be done.These kitchens are available in a multitude of colours or can even be painted in neutral white, to enhance the sense of space.
The term peninsula refers to an extended counter area that is popular in the G-shaped kitchen floor plan. A kitchen island is a great addition, but most kitchens lack the room to sensibly fit one of a usable size in the center of the available workspace. This is why the peninsula is as popular as it is practical. A kitchen peninsula is comparable in size and shape to a standard kitchen island, but the primary difference is that it is butted up against the end of a cabinet run or against a wall. This is how the G-shaped or J-shaped floor plan is achieved.
The peninsula is a highly valuable addition to any kitchen because it gives the opportunity for increased base cabinet storage space and countertop space. The additional space can be used as an enhancement to the kitchen’s primary cooking triangle by making it a storage area for pots and pans and the counter for preparation. However, the peninsula can also be utilized as a secondary cooking area with the installation of a auxiliary cooking top. A peninsula is also a great room divider that visually opens a space by replacing the need for a full length wall.
A u-shaped kitchen is a kitchen design that features three walls that are lined with cabinets and appliances. It is an efficient design that frees up floor space.
A u-shaped kitchen is a kitchen that maximizes the wall space by using the walls for cabinets and appliances. Its u-shaped design makes it easy for chefs and homeowners to access various areas of the kitchen without needing to walk across the room. If the layout of the house does not allow three walls to be used for a u-shaped kitchen, an island can be installed to serve the same purpose. U-shaped kitchens can be incorporated into many kitchen styles, and the size of the kitchen is not important. When homeowners are designing their u-shaped kitchens, they should try to place their most used appliances or work areas into a single triangle of space. This will allow them to work more efficiently each time they are in their new kitchen.