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The gallery or corridor kitchen layout is one of the standard kitchen layouts that decades of ergonomic research developed. This layout is the most efficient layout for a thin kitchen space. A corridor kitchen consists of work space on two opposing walls. There is a single traffic lane between them. There is an opening on one or both the ends.
It is a small space kitchen with more length than width and are economical on space. Corridor kitchens are best served by open shelving or door – less cabinetry. The incorporation of closed cabinetry will visually shrink the space and add to the feeling of confinement.
It is also popular to include an access window into the space to simplify the transference of food to the dining area. Corridor kitchens may get cramped, but they can still be great places to cook if some planning is put into the design.
A gallery kitchen can be as long as you want. You will just need to divide the kitchen into different work sites.
– Great for rectangular space
– Efficient for a small kitchen space
– Adjusts to any length
– Easily bifurcates the kitchen into multiple work sites