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The type of Kitchen Layouts we offer
U- Shape Kitchen
This design gives a natural spacious look to your kitchen area. The U-shaped kitchen is illustrated by the presence of three adjoining benchtops that surround you from 3 sides, having walls lined with cabinets to keep kitchen appliances, cutlery and any ingredients that you might need during cooking. It offers ample storage area and abundant space to do daily chores. This is one of the most efficient kitchen types.
L - Shape Kitchen
This is the most classic layout where two adjacent walls are used to feature two benchtops. When designing a functional kitchen, we need to understand the “working triangle”, i.e., the distance between stove, fridge and the sink. This is a layout that supports an open kitchen concept most appropriately, as the L-shape fits into the 2 sides of a triangle and the ample open space allows ample free space for movement.
Parallel Shape Kitchen
This type of kitchen is also called Galley kitchen, this is a modular kitchen layout featuring two working areas installed parallel to each other. Suppose you have two benchtops facing opposite to each other on either sides of a central walkway. The best thing about having a parallel kitchen, is that it can help in easily sorting out the tasks that you need to perform on each of the countertops, while moving in or out.
This type of kitchen is one of the newer solutions to improve efficiency and increase the counter space. The G shape modular kitchen offers plenty of opportunities for specialized work centers and helps shield the cook from any distractions. It combines the versatile U-Shaped kitchen with the advantages of an island peninsula, attached to one end of the U. It is said that with G shape modular kitchen layout, three people can work in the kitchen effectively without distracting one another. Moreover the counter space and bigger storage make the space even more useful for big house. It is suitable for a home with more family members, it has additional storage and a counter added to the space, and it easier to integrate the kitchen with other subsidiaries activities with such a kitchen shape.
If you have an ample amount of space for the kitchen and an open living area, then this is the layout you should opt for. They are becoming an increasingly popular choice, if you need to add extra storage space while incorporating additional seating too. The layout features a combination of either L-shaped or straight kitchen, with an unconnected island space that can be extended as a dining counter, if need be.
This type of kitchen layout is found in Studios and Loft apartments. This design involves just a single countertop on both sides of the cooking area, usually without complex angles, and is kept minimal with optimum efficiency. The cabinets are placed above the countertop and a set of linear drawers can be placed below which provide easy access to crockery and grocery items while cooking thus saving space and maximizing utility.