Modular Kitchen

Modular Kitchen

The six most common modular kitchen layouts are the L-Shaped, Straight Line, U-Shaped, Parallel or Galley, Island and Peninsula – each of these has it’s own advantages and makes use of the work triangle differently.

L-Shaped Modular Kitchen

This is one of the most commonly found kitchen layouts. The L-shaped Modular Kitchen layout is ideal for smaller homes as it makes maximum use of the available floor space. It gives you maximum storage and lets you easily incorporate a small dining table within your kitchen.

Straight Modular Kitchen

Unlike other layouts, this type of kitchen does not employ a work triangle as such – the workflow is based on a straight line. This layout is ideal for studio and loft apartments – it keeps your kitchen space to a minimum while still maintaining optimum efficiency.

U-Shaped Modular Kitchen

If your home has a large kitchen space, you might be able to fit a U-shaped kitchen layout in it. This layout has the most efficient work triangle and provides the most storage space as well (with plenty of upper, lower cabinets and tall units as well). You will also be able to have plenty of counter space, making it ideal for more than one person to use the kitchen at a time.

Parallel Shaped Kitchen

When it comes to cooking, the parallel kitchen is quite possibly the most efficient layout. With two, long working areas that face each other, it can be split into ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ workspaces. It provides lots of counter space, storage and allows plenty of room for movement as well. The parallel kitchen is suitable for most types of homes and is easily adaptable to your needs.

Island Modular Kitchen

For many people, getting an island kitchen is the dream! It’s a beautiful, contemporary option if you have the space for it. It combines either a straight line or L-shaped kitchen model with an unconnected island space. The island can be used as an extra counter area or breakfast bar. It can also be equipped with a sink or stovetop.

G-Shaped or Peninsula Kitchen

Similar to an island kitchen, a peninsula kitchen layout has a free-standing workspace that provides a secondary counter, work or entertainment area. Unlike an island, this peninsula is connected to the main workspace; making it accessible from three, rather than four sides.
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