Layout Options


The layout sets the locations of your appliances, establishes work zones, influences how much counter space you’ll have and allows for seating – or maybe not. Work with your designer to find a layout that uses your space efficiently and fits the kind of activities you want to do.

 

G-Shaped Kitchens

This layout uses nearly every square foot of available floor space by adding a peninsula or partial fourth wall of base cabinets to a U-shaped layout.

Adding a short return on the open side of U-shaped layout minimizes traffic flow in and out of the work zone.

There are plenty of places to set up specialized zones.

This layout features the most corner base cabinets. Use corner storage solutions in your design plan to maximize utility in these awkward spaces.

Usually best for larger kitchens. (The narrower entrance into the work zone can make a cook feel claustrophobic.)

G-Shaped
U-Shaped
L-Shaped
Galley
Single Wall