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How to plan your kitchen layout

When planning your kitchen renovation, the best place to start is with the layout. Our kitchen serves many purposes; with so many boxes to tick, it’s important you choose the right layout to make your kitchen as functional as possible. So, what are your options and which is best for you?

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How to design your perfect L-shaped kitchen

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.

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How to design your perfect galley kitchen

A galley kitchen is so named because it echoes the layout of a ship’s kitchen, with two straight counters facing each other and open at both ends. In particularly small spaces you may also come across single galley kitchens, where there is just one counter.

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How to design your perfect U-shaped kitchen

The U-shape is one of the most common kitchen layouts, consisting of 3 straight units at right angles to each other in a ‘U’. Due to its practical layout and efficient use of space, the U-shaped kitchen can be suited to any kind of kitchen, whether it be big or small, closed or open plan.

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Good Design Starts in the Corner

If your kitchen layout has a corner then this is the best place to start when planning your kitchen. However, choosing the right corner unit will depend on your storage needs, worktop selection and ultimately your budget. Below is a guide to the various corner units available in Sheraton.