Kitchen Layouts

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Kitchen layouts are designed to be adaptable to many varied floor planning scenarios and can be adjusted accordingly. These standard types of kitchen layouts offer flexibility to your spatial and structural constraints while maintaining the standard proportions and sizes of the kitchen fixtures themselves.

Drawings comparing various kitchen layout arrangements including U-Shape, L-Shape, and Galley organizations

In kitchen design, the triangle diagram represents connections between the three primary kitchen activity centers: the refrigerator, the sink, and the stovetop/range. These activity centers serve multiple functions in food preparation:

Refrigerator: Access to food for use or storage
Sink: Rinsing, draining, and clean-up
Stovetop/Range: Baking, boiling, cooking, and serving

Kitchen layout illustrating the dimensions, measurements, and sizes of a standard U-Shape Kitchen floorplan
Kitchen layout illustrating the measurements, sizes, and dimensions of standard L-Shape Kitchen floorplan with island
Kitchen layout illustrating the dimensions and measurements of a standard Two Row Galley Kitchen floorplan
Kitchen layout of a Galley | Single Row kitchen floorplan for efficiency and space saving