A layout where all kitchen work zones are arrayed along one wall is how we see it. The straight line kitchen area is the most effective layout applicable for small spaces.
Parallel Kitchen layouts is relatively newer concept, where two kitchen platforms along with their cabinets run parallel to each other. Parallel Kitchens are designed based on the house structure, and work seamlessly for homes with a space crunch.
A smart design for small and medium-sized kitchens, the versatile L-shaped kitchen consists of countertops on two adjoining walls that are perpendicular, forming an L.
A u-shaped kitchen is a kitchen that maximizes the wall space by using the walls for cabinets and appliances. Its u-shaped design makes it easy for chefs and homeowners to access various areas of the kitchen without needing to walk across the room.
An island is a freestanding piece of cabinetry that is placed in a kitchen to supplement the countertop space.It is equally common to feature elevated stools along the non-cooking-preparation side of the island as a supplemental dining area.