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Remodeling your kitchen requires extensive and careful planning. Even before you hire a kitchen remodeling company, you must already have an idea on what you actually wanted in the first place. What kind of countertops, sinks, cabinets, and backsplash you prefer? What type of layout would you wanted to have for your newly remodeled kitchen?
Unbeknownst to many, there are multiple types of kitchen layouts that you can choose from. Though keep in mind that some of them might be incompatible on the exact design of your house, here are the best kitchen layouts to consider before remodeling your kitchen!
This kitchen layout has a cabinetry configuration that has a food prep area for a peninsula with four walls of storage. G-shaped kitchens work best for those wanting to maximize their kitchen space by using the peninsula area for preparing meals and dining.
U-shaped kitchens are pretty much similar to G-shaped kitchens minus the peninsula. If you’re living with a big family, this kitchen layout might be the best choice for you. The large area created in the middle is ideal for providing some breathing space for everyone including your guests.
As the name suggests one-wall kitchens is a layout where the whole kitchen is basically built on a single, linear wall. Good for homes where space is minimal and can be a practical way to reduce the expenses on floor space and construction.
This kitchen layout is known to be the standard layout for most kitchens nowadays. Forming the shape of letter L, it is built on a corner where a couple of walls join to create a perpendicular angle. L-shaped kitchens are best used on social occasions where people would tend to spend a lot of time on your kitchen.
Each of these kitchen layouts is strategically designed in order to maximize the functionality of your entire kitchen. Have a short assessment of the size of your kitchen and choose the most appropriate layout!