Broken Peninsula Kitchen

Broken Peninsula Kitchens are kitchen layouts that split cabinetry and fixtures along two parallel walls with one wall ending in an extended bar counter. Based on the G-Shape Kitchen layout, Broken Peninsula Kitchens remove kitchen equipment from the back wall for greater movement space or for passage. A minimum central width of 5’ | 1.53 m must be provided for use, but it is recommended that this interior zone be enlarged to between 6’-8’ | 1.8-2.4 m in the short direction to offer additional room for multiple people to move comfortably. A minimum passage aisle of 3’ | .91 m must be maintained between the edge of the bar counter and nearby cabinetry. Broken Peninsula Kitchens have an overall width that ranges from 10’-13’ | 3-4 m with a depth from 12’-15’ | 3.7-4.6 m. Broken Peninsula Kitchens should be planned with an overall area of roughly 109 ft2 | 10.1 m2.

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The Broken Peninsula Kitchen has an overall height of , length of , and depth of . The seat height of the Broken Peninsula Kitchen is set at .
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The average Broken Peninsula Kitchen has an overall height of , withers (shoulder) height of , and body length of . A typical Broken Peninsula Kitchen weighs between and has a lifespan of roughly .
The typical Broken Peninsula Kitchen has an overall height of and body length of . An average Broken Peninsula Kitchen weighs between and has a typical lifespan of .

Broken Peninsula Kitchens are kitchen layouts that split cabinetry and fixtures along two parallel walls with one wall ending in an extended bar counter. Based on the G-Shape Kitchen layout, Broken Peninsula Kitchens remove kitchen equipment from the back wall for greater movement space or for passage. A minimum central width of 5’ | 1.53 m must be provided for use, but it is recommended that this interior zone be enlarged to between 6’-8’ | 1.8-2.4 m in the short direction to offer additional room for multiple people to move comfortably. A minimum passage aisle of 3’ | .91 m must be maintained between the edge of the bar counter and nearby cabinetry. Broken Peninsula Kitchens have an overall width that ranges from 10’-13’ | 3-4 m with a depth from 12’-15’ | 3.7-4.6 m. Broken Peninsula Kitchens should be planned with an overall area of roughly 109 ft2 | 10.1 m2.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
What is a Broken Peninsula Kitchen layout?
Broken Peninsula Kitchens are kitchen layouts that split cabinetry and fixtures along two parallel walls with one wall ending in an extended bar counter.
How much clearance is required for a Broken Peninsula Kitchen?
Broken Peninsula Kitchens must maintain a minimum central width of 5’ | 1.53 m, but it is recommended that this interior zone be enlarged to between 6’-8’ | 1.8-2.4 m for greater access for multiple simultaneous people.
How big is a Broken Peninsula Kitchen?
Broken Peninsula Kitchens should be planned with an overall area of roughly 109 ft2 | 10.1 m2. Broken Peninsula Kitchens have overall widths that range from 10’-13’ | 3-4 m with a depths from 12’-15’ | 3.7-4.6 m.

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Length: 12’4” | 3.76 m
Width: 10’6” | 3.2 m
Island Counter Depth: 3’4” | 1.02 m
Bar Top Depth: 1’4” | 41 cm
Clearance: 3’ | .91 m minimum
Area: 109 ft2 | 10.1 m2

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