L-shaped Kitchen Plans

The main advantages of L-shaped kitchen floor plans are that it’s easy to keep traffic out of the work triangle, they can be compact, and the area opposite the corner of the L can be the perfect place for a table and chairs or an island.

If the L gets too big, though, it can mean a lot of walking. You also have the “corner problem”: whether to put the sink or range there (which restricts usage to one person at a time) or a cabinet which either has dead space inside or requires special fittings to use the space.

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1 Response to L-shaped Kitchen Plans

  1. Jack says:

    I have a L shaped kitchen, and I am having trouble with the island. Looking for something unique that seats 4

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