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  • Open 2-wall Kitchen: The L-shaped Kitchen

    What is it

    The L-shaped kitchen is a 2-wall layout that is built into a corner and it provides an extensive and ongoing working platform across two perpendicular walls. This layout is extremely spacious and multiple users can access the kitchen at once.

    Why should you use it

    • Kitchen is spacious
    • Flexible in terms of size-it can be as small or as large as you'd like
    • Very open design, complements the open-living homes
    • Ideal for multiple users to spread themselves
    • Perfect for those who frequently entertain and invite guests over
    • Extensive counter space
    • Works with any style: contemporary, rustic, modern, traditional, etc.

    Tips and Tricks for the L-shaped Kitchen

    • Don't want the continuous space? Break up the "L shape"
    Broken L-shaped kitchen with an island Broken L-shaped kitchen with an island
    • If your kitchen space is large enough, add an island or a dining table for extra seating or work space.
    L-shaped kitchen with an island that serves as more counter space and extra seating!
    • Keep your hob and sink on two different walls to spread your work space!
    • Mix up the colors and textures in your kitchen: add backsplashes, or lighter flooring. Don't go monochromatic!
    Monochromatic kitchen
    L-shaped kitchen with elements of color, especially the pop of green in the island. This color scheme is giving the kitchen some character

    Space Organization 

    Space organization of the L-shaped Kitchen Space organization of the L-shaped Kitchen

    Color Key

    Yellow=Consumable Food Storage

    Blue=Cooking Zone

    Red=Preparation Zone


    Green=Cleaning Zone

    Purple=China & Cutlery Zone

    Organizing a the L-shaped kitchen is a fun process. This layout is a very open design and allows for plenty of storage and counter space.   At ModSpace.in, we walk you through the design process from start to finish. Below we have outlined the overall space organization of the L-shaped kitchen. Each type of unit is organized by color and explained below.

    All of the yellow represents consumable food storage. Any ready-to-eat packets, cereals, dry food items that require cooking are placed in these cabinets.

    • The first consumable food storage unit is represented as a pantry pull-out next to the microwave and oven. The placement of this unit is so all snacks, dry cereals, ready-to-eat packets, or even waffle mixes are easily accessible to all foods. This is food storage for the non-refrigerated items.
    • The next placement is the wall cabinet next to the kitchen chimney. This place is ideal for any tea or coffee one might be interested in drinking. It can include the tea kettles, your tea bags and tea leaves, coffee mixes, and coffee capsules as well.
    • Consumable storage is also suggested underneath the stove for all items that do not require refrigeration, but they do require cooking, such as lentils, rice, or other types of grain. The placement underneath the stove is recommended because the stove is the first step in getting these items cooked!
    • The final aspect of consumable food storage is placed next to the hob and cooking zone. This cabinet can have sliding wire baskets inside, perfect for storing any vegetables or other ingredients that do not require refrigeration, but are necessary in cooking (e.g. potatoes)


    Purple represents all storage of china and crockery. All items for food consumption or serving food can ideally be stored in these cabinets.

    • The first point of storage is right above the microwave and oven. It is perfect for storing microwavable and oven-friendly containers. For example, if you are serving baked lasagna or vegetable in a glass dish, you would find the glass dish right above the oven to use for baking! 
    • The next point of crockery storage is right next to the kitchen chimney. This cabinet is ideal for storing your serving dishes and bowls. Once you are done cooking your food, you can easily reach to the adjacent cabinet, take out a serving dish, and serve your food, without moving all over the kitchen!
    • The cabinet next to the dishwasher is perfect for storing the less-frequently used serving dishes. The dishes and casseroles that are only taken out for special occasions or entertaining. This corner cabinet is tucked in, and almost out of the way, making it the perfect place to store your less-frequently used items.
    • The final crockery cabinet is intentionally placed right above the sink. Once you are done washing your dishes or unloading the dishwasher you can simply place them inside the cabinet. Since the sink is the final place the dishes end up before storage, it is ideal to ensure your crockery storage and sink are in close proximity. Right next to the cabinet is open shelving for daily drinking cups, such as water, juice, etc. Since these cups are used so frequently, it is ideal that they are placed conveniently for all users to see and access.


    The grey cabinet placed right below the oven is perfect of storing all non-cooking appliances: such as a food processor, blender, or even a waffle-maker. These items are necessary for creating food or adding to cooking, but they are not needed all the time and definitely not needed on the stove. Since it is close to the oven, it is also ideal for storing any baking molds, such as muffin molds or other cake molds. Once you've accessed a cake mix from the pull out pantry, grab the egg beater from the cabinet below the oven, make your mix, grab your mold, place the mix, and put in the oven! All without running around your entire kitchen. 


    The red represents the preparation. As seen in the above images, it is placed near the cooking zone, and is meant to include all elements that are necessary for cooking.

    • The zone next to the cooking range is perfect for including the cooking ingredients, such oils, spices, and other seasonings and cooking cutlery, such as wooden spoons and spatulas. It is placed next to the hob so it is easy for you to reach and access while working at the stove. 
    • The final placement of the preparation zone is below the kitchen hob, which is ideal to hold all your cooking pots and pans. You'd simply reach down, take out what you need, place it on the hob, and start cooking!


    Blue is your cooking zone, including your chimney and hob. Ensure that you have plenty of counter space on either side to place all ingredients within easy reach.


    The green signifies the cleaning zone with your sink unit. The sink unit is a perfect space to store your cleaning supplies and garbage disposal. Neither one of these items are aesthetically pleasing in any kitchen, but they are all necessary! So why not store them in a place that is not visible?

    At ModSpace.in, we design our kitchens to optimize and add to your lifestyle. We strive to create efficient and aesthetically pleasing kitchens in every home. Our experts in space organization will ensure that you receive the best kitchen for your home and lifestyle!

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