London Townhouse Traditional Kitchen, London
Example of a classic u-shaped light wood floor kitchen design in London with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, black appliances, a peninsula and gray backsplash — Houzz
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Know the pros and cons of the design. Generally, U-shaped kitchens provide lots of storage and work surface. They’re also very safe since they have only one entrance and no through traffic. This last point, however, also means that within small U-shaped layouts, there will be space for only one cook at a time. It’s also worth noting that U-shaped layouts are typically more expensive than others, such as galley or L-shaped designs, because they require more cabinetry and countertop material for the additional run of cabinets.