There are basic types of kitchen layouts: Island, Parallel, Straight, L-Shape, U-Shape, and Open. The L-Shaped kitchen is most suited to homes that do not need too much worktop spaces while the galley shaped kitchen is suitable for small homes. Here are the six basic types of kitchen shapes you can choose from before finalising that master kitchen interior plan! Choose wisely; this is going to be the heart of your home for many years to come. Below are the types.
Island Kitchen Design
With large kitchen spaces becoming the norm in urban households, island modular design also called the hype. Spread out over the entire kitchen area; an island-shaped kitchen accommodates all functionalities in a sophisticated manner. It allows for a variety of comfort options to the host and guests alike. Kitchen layouts with island give more rooms for kids to play around, do their homework, and ample space makes the kitchen a multifunctional area. It also provides additional storage and is more brightly ventilated.
Parallel Kitchen Design
With the advent of parallel modular design, your kitchens need not be a claustrophobic hidden room of your house. Now you can show them off with pride and comfort since this particular style allows enough area for the movement. Light flows steadily through a door or window with this kitchen shape making working and cooking a delight for any home chef.
Straight Kitchen Design
Classy and old fashioned! But that is what makes straight modular kitchens so convenient and easy to use. This kitchen shape ensures enough space for all your accessories and functional elements. This layout sticks to basics and is a must-have for those who like minimalistic decor, cook and dine hassle-free.
L Shaped Kitchen Design Layout
This shape works best for small to medium kitchen spaces. To design an L-Shape modular kitchen, one needs thoughtful planning to keep it clutter-free and organized. The L-Shaped kitchen is ergonomically appropriate and facilitates a sensible work triangle for preparation, cooking, and cleaning. This type of kitchen design can be matched to any decor as this layout type requires an excellent floor plan. For an L-shaped design to work, the kitchen must be built at the corner where two walls form a perpendicular angle. Also, one part of the wall must be twice the length of other.
Open Kitchen Design
An open modular kitchen is popular among most Indian homes as it blends well with the rest of the house. An open modular kitchen adds volume, especially in modest-sized homes. One beneficial factor about open kitchen is you don’t feel isolated from the action in the living room. This kitchen shape allows you to converse with guests as you cook, take part in family activities such as watching television. The open concept kitchen is ideal for small homes as this design makes even the smallest spaces feel spacious.
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