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This layout maximizes the space available in such a corridor, and keeps your cabinets and appliances within easy reach. Corridor kitchens also tend to segment the cooking space away from the rest of the house. This is a good layout to be used by a single chef, or two at the very most unless the kitchen is very long.
The Island design is wonderful for larger homes, with the space for a secondary counter, or standalone appliance, in the center of the work area. The Island layout takes countertop space to a new level, with as much space as a Peninsula layout, but only relying on 3 walls to create the kitchen area, allowing easier entry and exit for multiple chefs.
The L-shaped kitchen plan is one of the most popular and classic layouts--and for good reason. It is a highly flexible design that can be adapted to many sizes and styles of kitchens. Plus, it is one of the most ergonomic kitchen designs for small spaces such as apartments and condos.
The Peninsula design is a great option if you’ve got a large, open-plan loft space. One side can go along a wall and the rest of the kitchen extends out into the room. If there’s enough space you can have 1½ or double width sections. This creates lots of base counter storage which replaces the storage lost due to the absence of walls.
This kitchen design uses three walls that form a “U” shape. It’s a good layout to use if you need a large space to prep or cook in or when there will be multiple cooks in one area. At least 10 feet of space between walls is needed to make this a practical option.