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Islands have been so fashionable in the last few years that they have been squeezed into every possible – and not-quite-possible – kitchen. In the right situation, islands can really improve kitchen floor plans but they take more space than… Continue reading →
Peninsulas, after being a fashion no-no for years, are back in style again. Style aside, like an island, a peninsula can improve the functioning of kitchen floor plans or make them worse. They can be used to create a partial… Continue reading →
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… Continue reading →
Galley or corridor kitchen floor plans (two walls opposite each other) are some of the most efficient you can get, especially for a single cook. With two points of the triangle on one wall and the other point on the… Continue reading →