Kitchen Floor Plans With Islands
Joe McGreen, March 10th , 2015. Kitchen: Kitchen Floor Plans With Islands.
There are 4 basic layout of the kitchen floor; Galley, “L”, “U” and “G” (Peninsula). Those layouts of kitchen floor plans are built in a work triangle basic that never be separated. We can differ it just by move one of the part of the triangle (clean up, cooking and storage - sink, cook top and refrigerator). Here’s the review of those basic layout;
- Type Galley, the kitchen layout will be built in two rows; cooking and refrigerator are in the same row, and then the sink will be separated in front of them or back of them, or you can make a choice which one that will be in the same row. So, if you draw it you can see that there is an imaginary triangle that connects those three parts. And it is located in the empty space between them. So, the empty space is usually used to put islands there. But, in this layout, it’s difficult to put islands, because if the island is put in the middle of two rows the movements will be limited.
- Type “L”, this type is effective to put islands in the empty space in front the imaginary triangle. In this type, cook top, sink, and refrigerator developed in “L” shape. There is no row, three parts of the triangle joint in one shape, “L” shape. The empty space is larger, and putting the islands will not make the kitchen looks crowded.
- Type “U”, this type is similar with type “L”, has a large counter space, the kitchen set is built in the “U” alphabet so the middle of the shape will be an enough space for putting additional islands. The model of this type is surrounding appliance, so the traffic will not be disruptive if there is an island in the middle of it.
- Type ”G” (Peninsula), this type is the improvement of the “U” type, there is a peninsula or extension panel in the “U” shape, it can be put in the edge of the left or right side of “U” shape. The left or right of the “U” shape is modified to be an “L” shape. So, you can say, that it is an “L” shape in the left or right appliances; the rest is the continuation of the full “U” shape. This type is popular; there will be more cooking tools that can be put in. And the middle of this type will be ideal for an island.
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