Kitchens come in many shapes and sizes. From a farmhouse-style galley to a minimalist U-shape, there are various layouts available.
The L-shape kitchen is a great option in both large and small rooms, as it takes up only two walls. If you have more space to play with, consider adding an island, opening up the kitchen to allow for socialising and more casual dining.
U-shape kitchens can be utilised in medium-to-large kitchens, either as units on three walls or as two walls and a peninsula. Both options allow for a cozy kitchen full of storage space. You could even use part of one side as a breakfast bar!
Galley kitchens take their name from long and straight ships, and this is reflected in their design. Two parallel runs of units create a homey and intimate kitchen, with the end walls left for doors, radiators, or windows.
Sometimes a straight run of units is all you need in you kitchen. Ideal for tight spaces, these can be combined with an island for a brilliant and modern open plan kitchen.