Overall cabinet layout format

Overall cabinet layout format
Island kitchen: The island kitchen has more work surfaces and storage space, which is convenient for multiple people to work in the kitchen at the same time. If necessary, a sink or oven/stove can also be installed on the kitchen island. Before deciding, check whether it is possible to connect the pipes, circuits and ventilation pipes of the kitchen island range hood, and ensure that there is a work surface between the stove and the sink. This design requires a lot of kitchen space. There must be a distance of at least 120cm between the cabinet and the kitchen island to ensure that there is enough space for walking and opening the cabinet doors and drawers. The kitchen island can also be used as a serving, bar table or room divider. U-shaped kitchen: The U-shaped kitchen is convenient for accessing every item and can make the most of the space for cooking and storage. Two people can work easily in the kitchen at the same time. But U-shaped kitchens are only suitable for kitchens with large spaces. Avoid crossing the operating surfaces, so that two people can work comfortably at the same time without colliding. A distance of at least 120cm must be maintained between two rows of opposed cabinets to ensure sufficient space. Corridor kitchen: The corridor kitchen is to establish two rows of working and storage areas along two opposite walls. If food preparation is the focus of kitchen work, then this design is a big advantage. Corridor-style kitchens don’t require a lot of space, just have doors or windows at the end of the kitchen. A distance of at least 120cm must be maintained between two rows of opposed cabinets to ensure that there is enough space to open the cabinet doors. For narrow spaces, you can choose a cabinet with a depth of 60 cm on one side and a cabinet with a depth of 35 cm on the other. In-line kitchen: In the in-line kitchen, all appliances and cabinets are placed along a wall, and work is carried out in a straight line. This compact and effective narrow kitchen design is suitable for small and medium-sized families or houses where only one person works in the kitchen at the same time. If you use this design in a large kitchen, it may cause too much distance between different functions. You can consider using double-row wall cabinets or adding wall cabinets to maximize the use of wall space. L-shaped kitchen: L-shaped kitchen is a practical kitchen design and the most common kitchen design, ideal for small spaces. By dividing the working area between two connected walls in this way, an ideal working triangle can be obtained. Stoves, sinks, disinfection cabinets, and refrigerators are provided with operating surfaces between each workstation to prevent spills and crowding.