Kitchen Layouts Design Types and Ideas

Remodeling your kitchen layouts is an interesting prospect and a big decision that can change the feel of your home. Your new design needs to reflect the constraints of your house, while also providing you with the counter and cabinet space you’ll need to cook the way you want to. Take a look at these six popular kitchen layouts that we’ve gathered and people are using to give their homes a fresh, new feeling.

The one-wall kitchen layout is generally found in studio or loft spaces because it’s the ultimate space saver. Cabinets and appliances are fixed on a single wall. Most modern designs also include an island, which evolves the space into a sort of Galley style with a walk-through corridor.

Minimalist japanese one wall kitchen layouts ideas with ravishing white wall mount cabinet and laminate flooring

Minimalist Japanese one wall kitchen layouts ideas with ravishing white wall mount cabinet and laminate flooring

The galley kitchen, also called a walk-through kitchen, is characterized by two walls opposite of each other or two parallel countertops with a walkway in between them. Galleys make the best use of every square inch of space, and there are no troublesome corner cabinets to configure, which can add to a cabinetry budget.

Stunning galley kitchen layout in white ideas

Stunning galley kitchen layout in white ideas

There are some L-shaped kitchen layout you can look at. We hope these ideas give you a new inspiration or reference for your next kitchen remodel plan. Well, talking more about the kitchen layouts. L-shaped kitchen with island may be the most common kitchen layout find at the most people’s home. This is normal because this kind of kitchen design is ideal and fits any home designs.

Contemporary L shaped kitchen layout integrated with kitchen island red tiles backsplash

Contemporary L shaped kitchen layout integrated with kitchen island red tiles backsplash

Hence, horseshoe or U-shaped design makes it easy to create work triangles for preparing and cleaning. But special care needs to be take when considering the location of cabinets and appliances. If they’re too close to each other at the corners, the doors will collide when opened.

U shaped kitchen layouts with butcherblock countertops design ideas

U shaped kitchen layouts with butcherblock countertops design ideas

The kitchen island is becoming a more popular choice today. It consists of a free-standing workspace that provides more functionality to a kitchen. Also can be use in a variety of ways. They can also make good kitchen tables, or mobile tables if they have wheels, provided there is enough room.

Rustic Kitchen Island Design Ideas

Rustic Kitchen Island Design Ideas

The peninsula provides extra countertops, cabinet, and appliance space. It also allows multiple people to gather around the same area, maximizing the amount of space available. Like an island, you can pull chairs up to it and use it as a dining table.

Peninsula Kitchen Layouts with White Maple Cabinets

Peninsula Kitchen Layouts with White Maple Cabinets

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