One-line Kitchen Cabinets: All electrical appliances and cabinets are placed along a wall, and the work is carried out in a straight line. This compact and effective kitchen design is suitable for small and medium families or houses where only one person works in the kitchen at a time. If you use this design in a large kitchen, it may cause too much distance between different functions.
The two-shaped Kitchen Cabinets, also known as the corridor kitchen, is to establish two rows of work and storage areas along two opposite walls. If food preparation is the focus of kitchen work, then this design is a major advantage. Corridor kitchens don't need a lot of space, just have doors or windows at the end of the kitchen. When designing, it should be noted that there must be a gap of at least 120cm between two rows of opposing Kitchen Cabinets to ensure that there is enough space to open the cabinet doors. For narrow spaces, you can choose a cabinet with a depth of 60 cm on one side and a cabinet with a depth of 35 cm on the other side.