Layout of the Kitchen is imperative to a good and efficient use of the Kitchen Space. If the Layout of the Kitchen is Well-planned it can easily segregate the wet and dry areas of work in kitchens. For instance the sinks could be close to utility space and the Water filter can also be placed nearby, towards the Hob maximum storage can be provided for easy access to pots, pans and utensils. Also Appliances like Microwaves,Ovens and Refrigerators can also have designated places away from the wet area.
If workspace maximization is the main objective then L- Shape Kitchen seems the right choice. With the Modern Day, Open Kitchen cum Living and Dining Area Concepts, there seems to be a shift from the Traditional style of kitchens into a Modern L-Shape one, as this allows extra room at the same time separates the wet area from the dry.
This is the most apt Kitchen for a Studio Apartment or a small one-bedroom. All the Cabinets, Appliances, Sink, Stove and Countertop are all placed against a single wall in this arrangement. This arrangement gives ample space for a free flow of services to take place and more space for access is also provided. It can be accompanied by an Island Counter top to give a pleasing aesthetic look and also to demarcate the space between Kitchen and Living/Dining.
A U-Shaped kitchen is a highly popular style of layout for a homeowner. This is because the U-Shape Kitchen offers a lot of space for cabinets. This type of Kitchen layout has units on all three sides and one side of it is left open usually for the entrance doorway, or for an open plan living. An open u shape kitchen can provide an opportunity to convert one arm into a Breakfast counter with two-side storage (Front and Back side).
A parallel kitchen is basically two rows of cabinets that face each other and between them is a walkway for access. These kinds of kitchens allow ample circulation space as well as space to store a lot of cutleries and other kitchen items. The doorway is generally at the end of the run. These Kitchens can be a part of an open plan or can be a separate room on its own.
Island Kitchen is becoming more of a commonplace in today’s contemporary style of Interior Design. They are gaining popularity among Urban Homeowners. They are aesthetically appealing and also a functional way to separate the dry and wet areas. A Straight or Galley Kitchen can be made by placing the hob or the sink on an island. This can actually be planned out in such a way so as to accomplish the kitchen work triangle.
This is an altered version of U-Shape Kitchen. This kind of Kitchen utilizes each and every square inch of space providing a lot of storage space. G-shape is accomplished by creating a peninsular side by extending the U shape kitchen. This space can be used as a Breakfast Counter. Its best suited to those The Peninsula areas are about 4 feet wide. This arrangement will increase the options to store things but can also make the kitchen look stuffed and voluminous.
There are two kinds of hob or stove available in the market. Countertop and Built-In Stove. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. For where countertop have the ease of maintenance, built in stove have more of an aesthetic appeal. Counter tops are usually more budget friendly but Built in stove have more options available for customization.
Chimney not only comes in different sizes but also comes in different models, so have a tilt of 45 degrees with a flapped exhaust whereas other can be the conventional 90 degree one with exposed exhaust.
Countertops can be made up of different materials
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