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.

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.
What are the factors to consider when planning a kitchen layout?
The first factor to consider is the available space and intended use of that space as all people cook and use kitchens differently. After, comes placement of necessary appliances such as a dishwasher, refrigerator, and sink. Between these appliances, specific areas should be designated to indicate prepping, cooking, baking, and to organize tools among these zones. Other important factors include the availability of a work surface, efficient storage, and quality lighting.
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 do you design a small kitchen?
A single row or one-wall kitchen is considered the most suitable layout for a small kitchen. All necessary equipment and storage can be found in this design although it is noted to be lacking in sufficient counter space. A kitchen cart with the top surface used as a butcher block can be an efficient addition. An L-shaped layout is another option for designing a kitchen within a small space by maximizing the use of a corner. In both cases, the opposite empty wall can feature a table that can fold down when not in use.
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.
What is modular kitchen design?
Modular kitchen design features small modules that together, form a kitchen that increases space, storage, and efficiency. The layout of a modular kitchen can be broken down into set sections and as such, make for easy installation and repetition in production. For example, a modular kitchen cabinet is a stand alone and pre-made element that can enhance functionality for the user by meeting individual needs.

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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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