Placing cabinets along two perpendicular walls forms an L-shaped layout.
L-shaped layouts adapt well to a variety of spaces, making them the most popular option.
This layout is the most cost-effective and efficient way to create a work triangle.
Typically, one side will feature your sink, while the stove goes on the other. Your refrigerator can go on either side, the longer one if available.
L-shaped layouts are great for kitchens that open to a dining or living room. With no barrier between the kitchen’s work space and adjacent room, both areas feel larger.
If your kitchen is large enough, add an island or small table near the middle of the “L” for additional countertop area or seating.