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Common kitchen floor plans include the one-wall kitchen, the corridor or galley kitchen, the L or double L kitchen, the U-shaped kitchen and the G-shaped kitchen.

The layout of your kitchen-where you place your appliances, your countertops, and your storage-will determine how cook-friendly your kitchen is. Ask yourself:

  • Will I have enough space to prepare meals?
  • Will two or more cooks be able to work comfortably in the space without constantly bumping into each other?
  • Do I prefer a range or a separate cooktop and oven?
  • Do I need an eating area in the kitchen?



 
 

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