As the name suggests, this layout resembles the letter L. This kitchen floor plan creates a work triangle, which allows you to move freely between the various work stations.
An Island kitchen requires a larger space as it integrates two working areas. It is perfect for families who enjoy socializing while preparing meals as you can face each other while cooking.
The G-shaped kitchen offers a lot of workspaces. This layout has cabinets and appliances on three walls, combined with a partial fourth wall or a peninsula.
Most professional chefs prefer a gallery layout because of its efficient utilization of space. Two rows of cabinets and surfaces provide ease of movement between activity areas.