Single-Wall Galley Kitchens Catch the 'I' (4 / 4)
Two-cook chaos. Multiple cooks easily can trip over each other as they tread the line from fridge to stove to sink and back. If you frequently cook with a partner, try to divide tasks in a way that minimizes bumping elbows. Or simply agree to take turns.
Foot traffic. If your I-shape kitchen sits in a crossbar between frequently used rooms, it might become a passageway between them — and cooks' frustrations can mount quickly. Assuming you have the option, ask family and guests to use another route.
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