There are various different kitchen shapes. Which one you choose will usually depend on the size and layout of the room and how much space you would like to optimise.
The single-line kitchen is suitable for rooms with only one partition wall. Set-forward work areas and deeper base units can easily create a greater work area and more storage space.
The two-line kitchen makes the best use of the available space. A distance of at least 1.2 metres between the two kitchen lines provides unrestricted access to the base units.
The L-shaped kitchen can be used in a variety of ways. In large rooms, it can provide enough space for a dining table. Carousel fittings can utilise storage space right into the furthest corner.
The U-shaped kitchen is reliable and practical. It is ideal for both large and small rooms and provides maximum work area and storage.
The island kitchen is ideal for large and open-plan rooms. The island unit is a separate work area but it still makes the kitchen feel wide and spacious.
The G-Shaped (Peninsula) feels cosy and provides extra work area. It links the kitchen to the dining area with a common counter surface and can also incorporate a ‘breakfast bar.’
Kitchen make over
Walk in robe
Bathroom / laundry
COPYRIGHT © 2014 Creartt Cabinet Design