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Food for Thought: Kitchen Layouts

There are four general kitchen layouts. Browse our gallery of styles to see which will work best for your kitchen.
by Whitney Richardson
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Credit: James Ray Spahn photo

The corridor, or galley, incorporates storage and work space on both sides of the room.

Credit: Stuart Bish photo

The Pullman style is similar to the corridor but allocates everything to one wall.

Credit: Northeastern Log Homes/Alex Beatty photo

L-shaped kitchens fit storage and work space at a 90-degree angle into the room.

Credit: Real Log Homes/James Ray Spahn photo

A U-shaped, or peninsula, kitchen wraps such spaces around the entire room.

Credit: Appalachian Log Structures/Rick Lee photo

A fifth option, so to speak, is an island, which can be combined with any of the previously mentioned layouts depending on its size.

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  1. i would like look diffrent color cabin kitchen

    laura jeanette utleyOctober 11, 2010 @ 1:32 amReply



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