The U-Shaped kitchen layout is one of the most common configurations. It's primarily used when you have more length than width in a room. Counter-top / cabinets usually wrap around two or three sides of the U
If you have a larger space to work in, a zone kitchen is a good idea. It allows separate areas for eating, cooking, chopping, etc. This enables several people to work at once without getting in each other's way.
An L-shaped layout is another good choice for limited space. It forces traffic out of the work area, and keeps cooking away from eating. The L-shape is also good for flowing into other rooms (like kitchen to living)
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