There are loads of great reasons to choose an L-shaped layout for your new kitchen; it’s highly functional, easy to maintain and practical to work in, to name just a few. But whilst functionality is important, you need to fall in love with your L-shaped kitchen - and these inspirational design ideas will show you just how easy that it is to do.
It’s easy to think that a small kitchen is going to dramatically limit what you can do with your space, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.
With some smart design decisions and the right fittings, you can equip your small kitchen with everything you need and even make it look bigger in the process.
Renovating your kitchen is a big undertaking that can involve mess, stress and one of the most important rooms in your house being out of action.
What can help is having firm timeframes in place so you can keep one eye on the light at the end of the tunnel. Here are the stages of a kitchen renovation and how long you should expect your kitchen fitting to take.
A G-shaped kitchen is one of the lesser known kitchen types, similar to a U-shaped kitchen but characterised by a fourth counter that essentially means your kitchen is a square shape with a space for the entrance.