TYPES OF KITCHENS

Types of Kitchens

Accurate study of the morphology of the space to be furnished is decisive to choose the shape of the kitchen. The length of the wall, the position of doors and windows and the size of the room are all guides in choosing the type of kitchen that can be linear or double linear, C-shaped, U-shaped, with an island, with a peninsular unit, in a corner arrangement or in separate units. (we thank Valcucine for the information)

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Kitchen with an island

It requires a lot of space and, if a sink and a hob are fitted as well as the worktop, it requires very detailed planning of the electric and plumbing systems.    

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Kitchen with a peninsular unit

The peninsular unit is a handy additional unit that articulates the space in a kitchen. The projecting element can give you extra worktop space, can house a sink and/or hob and can also be fitted with a breakfast bar.  

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The in-line kitchen on two sides

If the room is long but sufficiently wide, worktops and cabinets can be installed along both walls.  

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The corner kitchen

The elements are installed along two adjoining kitchen walls. The sink, the hob and the fridge must be relatively near to each other so as to reduce distances and make it easier to carry out various kitchen chores.  

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C-shaped kitchen

Allows you to optimise movements within the space marked off by the worktops. Sliding doors conceal the work area and make it possible to create an exclusive dining room.  

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The In-Line Kitchen

This is an efficient solution for long, narrow rooms. All the kitchen cabinets are installed along one wall and a space large enough to walk around in is left on the opposite side.  

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