Everybody knows that kitchens are those rooms where you spend most part of your time. Whether you cook or just entertain your friends, the kitchen is the heart of any house. A lot of home activities take place in the kitchen such as cleaning, cooking, eating, drinking and even socializing. That’s why if you are thinking about building a house make sure you choose the ideal kitchen layout which should be beautiful and functional. In order to inspire you, we have gathered some different kitchen layouts ideas.
The work zone concept
Nowadays, plenty of people prefer to create their kitchen in a more practical ”work zone” concept. From the traditional kitchen which separates the sink, refrigerator, and stove, people choose to add a comfortable space in the kitchen by creating a separate work triangle with multi-purpose. You should know that plenty of people choose to place that extra work zone in the middle of the kitchen. If you are interested in creating this concept make sure you have enough space in your kitchen. Sometimes, you need to change your kitchen plans and place the sink in a poor location, because of the placement of the pipes. Keep in mind to hire a plumber who can relocate the plumbing to accommodate the best placement for the sink.
The ”Pullman” kitchen
Actually, the ”Pullman” kitchen is that kitchen situated on a single wall. This concept is generally found in loft spaces or in studios because it’s an ultimate space saver. Actually, these type of kitchens has just a few pieces of furniture. The cabinets and the appliances are fixed on a single wall. Moreover, the sink, stove and refrigerator are placed in a traditional way. If you have enough space in your kitchen, you can choose to place a table in the middle or even an extra space, like an island with a walk-through corridor.
The L-shape kitchen layout
Nowadays, people choose to build their kitchen in an L-shape to maximize the space. This is a good option for medium and even for a small sized kitchen. You should know that L-shaped kitchen consists on two adjoining walls placed perpendicular, forming an L. On one wall you should place the sink, refrigerator, and stove, and on another wall, you should have the countertop. This way you will efficiently use the space. Moreover, you can easily add a dining space with table and multiple work areas.