Trends in kitchen designs have changed tremendously over the past decade

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Photo By: Unsplash According to a study by the  National Kitchen and Bath Association, organic and natural designs are rising quickly in popularity, and some of the traditional layout designs like the L-shaped are still ranking as the most popular design in America. However, when you decide to do a kitchen remodel, getting the right layout design is the most important factor in ensuring a functional and practical cooking area. A clever kitchen layout design will make a difference in helping you get the most storage space and enhance the comfort and safety of your kitchen. Here Are 4 popular layout designs to consider for your next kitchen remodel. U- Shape Design This design consists of counters flowing around 3 walls uninterrupted to create a “U” shape. It is known to be the most functional and efficient design due to its ideal work triangle. The design also provides enough open space for you to add a seating area, which helps in keeping the cooking social. According to Magnum, open layouts allow modern-style homes to shine, especially when they combine spaces that allow a natural flow of activity. Additionally, U-shaped kitchens are also designed to be user–friendly as having benchtops on three sides allows you to have ample cooking space and appliances easily accessible. Solo Wall  Also known as “Single line kitchen,” the solo wall comprises cabinets, countertops, and major work services arrayed along one wall. The other sides of the kitchen are always open and often facing the living area. This design is generally found in studio or loft spaces because of its ultimate space saver. The design also offers a good workflow, as all of the major cooking functions are kept within a few feet of each other. If you have enough space, an island can be used to add storage and workspace, although this may be a tight fit. L- shaped Design This is one of the most popular kitchen layout designs. The L-shaped design is ideal for small and medium-sized homes as it allows for maximum use of the available floor. It consists of countertops on two adjoining walls that are perpendicular, forming an “L” shape. Having this design will help you free up space and offer great flexibility in the placement of appliances and work zones. It is also a great proponent of the working triangle. Walk-Through Also known as a “walk-through” kitchen, this design is ideal for smaller spaces and one-cook spaces. It is characterized by two parallel countertops with a walkway in between them. With additional rows of cabinetry, the galley design offers more flexibility when it comes to storage space. It may also be open on both remaining sides, to allow your kitchen to serve you a passageway between the spaces. However, with the two sides being open, foot traffic through the kitchen can be inconvenient. Ready for your next remodeling project? These layout designs will help you open your eyes and mind to selecting the best possible design you will want for your kitchen. Not to mention, give you a better insight into the ideal design that will suit your entire home space and layout. #KitchenDesign #KitchenRemodel #KitchenDecorating #KitchenDecorating
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