If space is at a premium, designing your new kitchen along a single wall can create the illusion of space.
In this classic design, your fridge freezer is usually placed at one end of the wall, and your range cooker is placed at the other. The sink is then placed centrally to break up the space, and worktops run at either side above the cupboard space.
By designing your kitchen along a single wall, you’ll create additional space for socialising and entertaining. By placing your dining table adjacent to your range cooker, you’ll be able to interact with guests while you cook. This will also create a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
If you opt for a 100cm range cooker in this space, you’ll have up to 192L of versatile cooking space. Alternatively, if you’d like to turn your food preparation into an interactive experience, you can add a kitchen island and some stools opposite your single-wall kitchen. This is a perfect way to create a sociable space, allowing guests to gather and watch you cook.