The smooth layout of the kitchen cabinet, abandoning redundant decorations, and the delicate and soft skin-touched wood veneer doors give people a clean and comfortable visual experience. Kitchen cabinet design pays attention to lines and ergonomics principles, and integrates simple shelf design into high cabinets. Tableware and utensils are placed in good order, beautiful and convenient.
I-shaped layout. Set up kitchen cabinets, sink, cooktop and storage on one wall, all in a straight line, saving space. This layout is the first choice for small units, and is usually used when the space is small and the corridor is narrow.
L-shaped layout. The L-shaped kitchen cabinet makes full use of the dead space at the corner of the kitchen, which solves the embarrassment of the corner space, and the overall layout is flexible and changeable. However, the flow space in the kitchen is relatively narrow, and there are certain restrictions on the number of people.
U-shaped layout. The U-shaped kitchen cabinet that stands against the wall with extra storage space is ideal for the classic triangle of sinks, stoves and refrigerators. At the same time, it leaves a lot of space for activities in the middle area of the kitchen, where users can move freely.