The easiest way to add an L-shape to your home is to purchase an L-shaped sectional sofa. What's great about this is that it works in the corner of a room but can also be set in the middle of the room to create a room within a room.
One very creative addition to an outdoor space is the L-shaped fire pit. The geometric design set against the wild flames is gorgeous. And, of course, by putting benches on both sides of the fire pits you get a lot of function out of this shape.
I love the idea of adding a simple L-shaped shelf to corners in a home. This adds storage space, shelf space or even dining space. I don't particularly care for the way that this one has been rounded, though, and would personally retain the true L-shape here.
The L-shaped island offers extra work space and dining space in your kitchen.
The L-shape here is subtle because it's been reversed. By covering just the top and one side of a counter with a top in a contrasting color, this cabinet space becomes more geometrically interesting.
The L-shaped bench is a terrific addition to a small kitchen. It expands the dining area and allows for window seating at the same time.
The L-shape is perfect for a corner desk. This is true whether you have a large office or just a small corner niche for your office space.
Notably, the office L-shape does not have to be all one level. I love the option of creating a multi-level L to give you two different heights of work space in one small area.
If you're really lucky then your home itself will have an L-shape. As we can see here, this serves to frame an outdoor seating area. Ideally both the bedroom and the kitchen can then open onto the garden area.
An L-shaped pool provides a strong look for the backyard. This one is a bit abstract in shape because of the way the lines of the pool follow the lines of the landscape. It's great for a traditional, classic home. In contrast, a more traditional L-shape would add geometric appeal and be great for a very contemporary home.