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Handmade Single Wall Layout

A single wall layout is brilliant for compact spaces as well as large open-plan rooms. It allows for a more affordable solution to the home more so than other layouts and have the smallest possible footprint. The cabinets and appliances are built into a single line against a wall, meaning fewer units and less cost. It’s perfect for an efficient workflow with everything within easy reach.

You can plan in an island that parallel to enhance the layout and reconfigures into a galley style kitchen with the same functionality. Many of our clients have opted for this kitchen style due to the space being large enough. Additional worktops and storage are produced which is great for a larger family.

If you haven’t got any room for an island, add a table for dining and extra work surface. A table can also be used to mark a distinction between the kitchen and living room, creating a feeling of two separate spaces. Other ways to achieve the same effect is a breakfast bar with stools or a change in the flooring.

We designed a single-wall layout in the Cuffley project below with the added island that enhances the kitchen and reconfigures into a galley style with the same functionality as well as acting as a divider in the open-plan space. This is our traditional shaker style with raised and fielded door panels to give an exceptional style and luxury way of living.

The kitchen will carefully be planned out by the designer using up all the available space. Most single-wall layouts have a fridge at one end of the kitchen run, a sink in the middle, lots of worktop space either side and a dishwasher and cupboard space below. The oven and hob are ideally suited to the other end with more worktop space allowing you to safely cook. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets are great for this as it allows you to have more storage space as well as a lovely backdrop to the hub of the home, you can also add a bank of appliances.

The Hutton project below is formed with a single-wall layout with a bookend design of floor-to-ceiling-cabinets. This kitchen is full of Sub-Zero Wolf appliances to make it a professional kitchen for our budding chef-client. A double oven sits one end with the fridge freezer at the other end and Shaws butler sink in the middle.

The island sits in front of this with a length of 3-metres and a seating area that is made of sawn oak.

Break up the wall units with an extractor fan or open shelving, this will add a sleek design element to the space.

Storage is one of the most important factors when it comes to planning and designing the perfect kitchen that will fulfil all your needs and requirements. A single wall layout does have fewer units than an L-shaped or U-shaped, however generous cupboard space can still be available.

Our Woodford Green project we built and designed is the focal point of the whole entire back extension with an industrial style in mind. There is plenty of storage and worktop space in this kitchen. An island sits in front of the main kitchen run housing the sink area and more storage solutions.

Choose your appliances to suit the space. If you have a small space there are many appliances that specifically designed for smaller areas. An open-plan kitchen is very popular these days and if you do decide to go for this arrangement choose appliances that are less noisy.

The large open-plan kitchen in Billericay was the goal for this client. An island sits in the middle adding a beautiful seating area and space for points of the ‘kitchen triangle’. This is our Modern shaker style which has just enough charm and sensuality while managing to be both modern and traditional at the same time.

The main kitchen run has been split up with a stunning extractor fan to eliminate those unwanted odours, but each side is symmetrical.

This type of layout is worth considering if you have a small space to work with or an open-plan room where you don’t want the kitchen to take up all of the room. Contact us today – we look forward to hearing from you.

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