This is a really unique kitchen design layout, and one that I had never really considered before looking at these photos. From what I have seen so far, most of the small kitchen layouts on here have cabinets all on one side and basically avoid a U-shape because it can feel very crowded. I think that it actually works quite well in this space and even makes the entire room feel larger. Plus, it even allowed room for a small island to make the space feel like a "normal" kitchen and not one that had to cut corners because of limited square footage. The only thing that I would change about the kitchen design ideas that they used is that I would not have done the contrasting island.
I love how symmetrical this kitchen design layout is because it brings such a nice balance to the space that you don't see in all homes on here. When it comes to traditional kitchen design I do feel like you see more and more layouts of this style, probably because classic architectural details just seem to be more balanced. One modern touch that I do think was well placed is the contrasting island. I think it gives a more current and "of the moment" look to the space, which is important to keep traditional designs from feeling stale and outdated. I would definitely take notes from these kitchen layout ideas and put them in my house if I had the chance.
This kitchen design layout is definitely interesting given the height and architectural detailing of the ceiling and surrounding area. I must admit that I am a little confused as to the overall style they are going for since the actual kitchen design is so much in contrast from the architecture of the rest of the house. The cabinets and other decorative details are very much traditional in style but then the surrounding area is starkly contemporary. To be honest, I prefer the trendier kitchen ideas 2020 that have a very cohesive look and blend in with everything else in the home.
I am loving how this kitchen design layout really maximizes the bay window and all of the space. I a lot of people would consider this room as a whole to be a challenging layout because it does not really feel unified. On the one hand you almost have a small kitchen design over in the corner where the bulk of the cabinets are, but on the other hand the space as a whole is quite giant. The only thing that I struggle with here is the vast empty space in front of the dining nook. This would be a great floor plan for anybody with an open concept kitchen and living room because it makes the most of the area, but without an adjoining room it almost feels like the space is wasted.
This kitchen design layout is probably my favorite of all of them that I have looked at on here because it incorporates anything that you could possibly want. There are double sinks, a huge range, island with seating for 4, a quaint little desk, and even a butlers pantry. You could do some serious cooking in here because of the ideal kitchen cabinet layout that has room for storing just about anything you could imagine. The one small change that I think I would make is to bring just a touch more color into the space. Everything in here would be utterly fantastic if you were looking for small kitchen ideas because it feels so open and airy.
I love how bold this kitchen design layout is with the giant stainless steel range hood acting as the focal point for the entire space. I came across this home when I was on here looking for kitchen remodel ideas, and something about that range hood has just stuck with me. I know that it is a really bold look and you have to have a sizable kitchen in order to handle it, but I really like the industrial look that it brings to the space. Not only that, but it probably makes cooking in there without stinking up the house so easy. If I could change one thing though, it would definitely be the kitchen cabinet design.