Common Kitchen Layouts

When you are designing your home on your own, the planning will be the one of hardest stage. If you don’t have any background on architecture, it will be hard for you to lay all your plans as it may not work the way you wanted it to be. Just like planning your kitchen, these layout plans will definitely guide you on accomplishing your plans regardless of the size of your space.


For the Small Home



Typically found in small homes, the one-wall kitchen works by keeping all appliances, cooking tools and ingredients within easy reach. It can even be hidden behind sliding or pocket doors to minimize visual clutter in a small, open space such as a studio apartment. As shown here, the sink often sits between the range and refrigerator, a convenient location for cleanup. This design also offers counter space on both sides of the range, which is an important code and safety consideration.

Unfortunately, the sink, range and refrigerator still take up a fair amount of counter space, so finding enough work room for food prep can be a challenge, as is having two cooks use the space. In a truly tiny one-wall kitchen, compact appliances such as a 24-inch range or 24-inch refrigerator can add some counter space while also …


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