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Types Of Kitchen


Straight Line Kitchen or One Wall Kitchen

This type of kitchen is also known as one wall kitchen or one line kitchen. A straight line kitchen consists of a single platform. On that platform, a stove and a sink are usually present.

The layout of a straight-line kitchen is usually simple and sober. It is space efficient without giving up on functionality. There are cabinets installed under the platform, to store kitchen accessories and utensils.


Galley Kitchen

Galley kitchen is a layout consisting of a set of platforms and cabinets arranged parallel to each other. This type of kitchen is also known as parallel kitchen.

Parallel kitchens are usually built where there is ample space. If space is not a concern, the galley kitchen can turn out to be extremely useful and a productive layout indeed.


L-Shaped kitchen

L-Shaped kitchen consists of platforms and cabinets arranged in L-Shape. The L-Shaped layout of kitchen is the most common type of layout found in Indian homes. Like galley kitchen, the L-shaped kitchen also provides an ample amount of space for more than one person to work at a time.


U-Shaped Kitchen

A U-shaped kitchen is an arrangement of kitchen cabinets along three sides of the wall, leaving the fourth one for the entrance door. This layout utilizes most of the space in the kitchen for cooking and storage purposes.

The main advantage of u-shaped kitchen is that it provides ample workspace so it doesn’t let anyone disrupt your workflow. U-Shaped kitchens are ideal for medium to large facilities usually consisting of more than 10 members. These types of kitchen are gaining popularity rapidly worldwide.


Island Kitchen

This type of layout consists of a platform at the center of the kitchen room, surrounded by other arrangements for kitchen appliances and cooking along the walls of the kitchen.

The platform located at the center is referred to as an island, surrounded by water on all four sides. Similarly, the center platform is isolated in the center of the room.

It is used for various purposes like cooking, storage, as a simple platform, or even used as a table sometimes. Island layout is recommended for larger families and it is adopted where the dedicated space for kitchen is larger.


Peninsula Kitchen

This particular layout of kitchen consists of an additional counter attached to the wall, despite having the primary platform for basic functions of kitchen.

This counter is mostly used as a breakfast counter or a dinner table for usually 2 to 4 persons. It serves the purpose of a multipurpose table/counter sometimes.


Open Plan Kitchen

This design integrates the kitchen with the living or dining area, creating a seamless and sociable space. Open plan kitchens often feature a large central island or peninsula and promote interaction while cooking and entertaining.



A small, compact kitchen typically found in apartments, studios, or guesthouses. Kitchenettes include essential appliances like a refrigerator, sink, and stove, but they have limited countertop and storage space.


Chef's Kitchen

Designed for serious cooking enthusiasts or professional chefs, chef's kitchens feature high-end appliances, ample workspace, specialized storage, and often incorporate professional-grade features like a range hood and multiple ovens.


Compact Kitchen

These kitchens are designed for small spaces or tiny homes and are optimized for efficiency and functionality. Compact kitchens may include space-saving appliances, fold-down countertops, and innovative storage solutions.


Outdoor Kitchen

Designed for outdoor entertaining and cooking, outdoor kitchens typically include a grill, sink, countertop space, and storage cabinets. They can be as simple as a built-in grill with a countertop or elaborate with additional features like a pizza oven or outdoor refrigerator.