L Kitchen Design

L Kitchen Design

20 images Beautiful kitchensSpace and storage Good flow in your kitchen will put everything you need to hand and make it a joy to use.. Ergonomics is the study and design of equipment that fits the human body and its cognitive abilities. Applied to kitchen layouts, it focuses on creating a smooth, intuitive passage through the space, as well as the most efficient and comfortable cooking environment. Worktops and cabinets are positioned to effortlessly suit the physicality of the user and the job in hand, provisions and utensils are stored where they’re most frequently used, and sinks and appliances are located to encourage logical movement between tasks. Paying attention to sight lines, traffic flow and entry and exit points at the planning stage is paramount. ‘More than 360 different operations occur in the kitchen each day so it’s important to think carefully about how the room will be used in order to fully optimise the space,’ says engineer-turned-interior designer Nicola Holden of Nicola Holden Designs. ‘An ergonomically designed kitchen can save lots of time and energy, and generally make life easier.’ One of the most popular kitchen layouts, the L-shape is great for multipurpose spaces, neatly keeping work zone restricted to one area and the rest of the space free. Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 1 of 20 Kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest In this modern L-shaped scheme, the vertical grain of the veneer on this one draws the eye upwards. Stainless-steel and walnut worktops complete the look. Kitchen Roundhouse Design Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 2 of 20 All-white L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Combining tall cupboards with floor and wall units creates flexible storage. A mixture of cabinets and drawers makes housing pans, pots and general paraphernalia a breeze, while a rail behind the hob keeps cooking utensils accesible. KitchenWren Kitchens Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 3 of 20 Veneered-oak L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest A large fridge-freezer is neatly housed within a veneered-oak surround in this modern kitchen, alongside a bank of built-in ovens, which forms an L shape. An induction hob complements the kitchen’s clean aesthetic. KitchenSola Kitchens Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 4 of 20 Family-friendly L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest This tightly grouped L allows the rest of a large room to be given over to family life. This kitchen is intended to be the hub of the home but part of an open-plan space, too. KitchenSchüller Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 5 of 20 Dark wood and white L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Suspended units add to the visible floor space, while under-cabinet illumination provides useful task lighting in this design. KitchenSecond Nature Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 6 of 20 Painted L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest This painted oak scheme features a long and short run of units forming an L. However, a space in between the units gives the scheme a freestanding feel. The non-fitted look is further emphasised by the use of different colours on the cabinets, as well as worktops in both oak and CaesarStone. KitchenHigham Furniture Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 7 of 20 Bold red L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Tall cabinets are a great way of integrating a fridge-freezer and providing additional storage space above. The bar-type handles in this oak-finish Faro kitchen add to the clean, sleek lines of the L-shaped design. KitchenMagnet Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 8 of 20 Monochrome L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Bold and sleek, a monochrome kitchen-diner never fails to make a statement. The white glossy finish and contemporary chrome handles provide an interesting visual contrast to the black splashback and units. KitchenPorcelanosa Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 9 of 20 Freestanding L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest A mix of freestanding, hand-painted units and charming accessories makes this a versatile L-shaped kitchen that would suit a home of almost any style – modern, classic or country. KitchenChalon Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 10 of 20 Minimal L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Understated and uncluttered, this eyecatching L-shaped kitchen is perfect for the clean minimalist look – or as a blank canvas to unleash your creative spirit with accessories. KitchenUnoform Love this? For more ideas why not check out our dedicated living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom galleries Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 11 of 20 Painted L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Here, the L neatly hugs two walls but there’s still enough space left over for a family-size dining table. Having the cabintery, shelving, sill, chairs and table all painted in a similar shade links the decor, while stronger colours on the walls provide an element of contrast, without it being overpowering. Similar kitchen Ikea Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 12 of 20 Floating L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Taking the L shape to a new level, this kitchen focuses the eye on the wall, as well as the floor. The peninsula appears to be floating, while the wall units balance the design.Kitchen Warendorf Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 13 of 20 White L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Fitting your cabinetry, worktops and storage into an L shape leaves the remainder of your kitchen free to be decorated as you wish. Here, units on two sides of the room allow for an uncluttered look on the opposite wall, enhancing the sense of space. Statement wallpaper by the door and the window surrounds adds a designer touch, without it being overly fussy.Kitchen Sola Kitchens Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 14 of 20 Monochrome L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Black Pearl granite worktops and upstand add a classic monochrome aspect to this hand-painted tulipwood Georgian kitchen. A butler sink is incorporated into the run of base units without interrupting the flow of cabinetry, while the L-shaped layout fits snugly into the available space. Kitchen Davonport Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 15 of 20 Family-friendly L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest An L-shape ending in a breakfast bar provides informal dining space for the family, or somewhere to enjoy a coffee with friends. Taking its cue from the colourful bar stools, the red glass splashback works well with both the cream worktop and oak cabinetry. KitchenKitchens International Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 16 of 20 Curvy L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Curves soften the look of an L-shape layout – here, they’re present at the end of the run on both the floor and wall cabinets, the plinth and the granite worktop. In this design, warm light-oak cabinetry contrasts well with the vibrant, lime-green walls. Kitchen Stoneham Kitchens Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 17 of 20 French-inspired L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Break up an L-shaped kitchen by painting units in different colours to create a freestanding look. This bespoke design includes a double-bowl French farmhouse sink, oiled teak worktops and wrought-iron handles.Kitchen Thomas & Thomas Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 18 of 20 Contemporary L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Tall units are ideal for framing those built-in appliances you want to show – and hiding those you don’t. Integrated handles avoid any distraction from the minimalist design.Kitchen SieMatic Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 19 of 20 Country-style L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest A sloping roof becomes a design feature in this light and airy scheme. Breakfronting in both the sink run and in the cooking area adds interest, while a dresser-style unit with glass shelves and door panels continues the country theme.Kitchen Porcelanosa Click or tap to zoom into this image This is image 20 of 20 Modern yellow and grey L-shaped kitchen Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Open shelving at the end of the L gives a spacious feel to this bold yellow design. The composite worktop and mosaic tiles provide contrast, while numerous LEDs offer handy task lighting. Kitchen Neil Lerner

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L Kitchen Design

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L Kitchen Design
L Kitchen Design
L Kitchen Design
L Kitchen Design