Antonia in Köln
Stephanie Schetter © 2015 Houzz
What Houzz contributors are saying:
This compact kitchen space houses wired hanging pendants dispersing soft light, a small coffee station, white subway tiles with dark grouts, a framed coffee-inspired text and a wooden floor – all adding up to craft a sleek, personalised spot with an air of cafe culture.
1. Single-wall layoutsIdeal for: Open-plan living areas This is the most practical option if you have a continuous stretch of bare wall, since the hob, sink and other appliances are all arranged in a straight line. The least cluttered of all layouts, the linear arrangement frees up surrounding space and puts all appliances within easy reach of each other. This layout works well in open floor plans, closed kitchens and passages. The counter needs to be long enough to accommodate the hob and sink, along with some space for chopping and preparation.Tip: Always try to position the hob farthest away from windows to avoid drafts and fire hazards.