If you live in a small home or apartment, then the single-wall plan may be the most viable kitchen layout option for you. Though it can easily become cramped and dysfunctional, with the right planning and design scheme it can work just fine in the space you already have. Here’s what you need to know.
Because this plan is typically used in smaller spaces, it should cost less than larger layouts. The total cost will depend entirely on the size of the kitchen, type of materials used, and the cost of labor. If you need specific cost estimates, contact a kitchen installer in your area.
It’s best to use light colors, either no patterns or small patterns, and minimize rough textures and contrast. Also, under-cabinet lights should be installed to maximize surface lighting.
Consider placing the sink in the center with the oven and refrigerator on opposite sides. A common mistake is to put only 8” to 12” between appliances, which provides too little space for any function.
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