There are 30 kitchen floor plans and drawing with dimensions. Plans of small, modern, integral kitchens, L-shaped, U-shaped, with a bar, and other models in 2D and 3D… Kitchen plans and designs of different sizes and distributions.
The plan view is the basis for planning a KITCHEN DESIGN. A plan sketch of the kitchen, with its measurements, allows establishing work areas, circulation flows, locating door(s) and window(s), as well as defining the way in which furniture and electrical appliances should be located.
Below you will see many examples…
Integral Kitchen Plans with Dimensions
Integral kitchens are a trend. Among its advantages are that they usually have a greater variety and customized solutions, which allow better use of any size of space.
The diverse standardization of its furniture and drawers, make the general organization more efficient, being able to increase the storage space, both in height and in the base furniture.
The simple L-shaped design is enriched with details thanks to materials such as matte steel, granite, glass, wood… and indirect natural and artificial lighting.
|Useful Kitchen Area||7.5m²|
|Work surface (plateau)||2.0m²|
|% Work Surface||26%|
The total work surface area includes the sink and cooktop (as countertop areas). Refrigerator, microwave, and storage closet not included.
The percentage of the work surface denotes how much use is made of the kitchen area. A higher % means less circulation area, which is generally square meters of “without utility” construction.
The amount of storage volume (low cabinets and high shelves), can help to improve the use of the kitchen area in general.
Integral Kitchen Plans with Dimensions PDF
A wide range of modules and overhead furniture for the kitchen, a system of customizable columns in sizes with retractable doors, which shows large illuminated openings, where high-end equipment can be placed: pull-out tops, drawers and electrical appliances.
|Useful Kitchen Area||7.8m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||3.8m²|
|% Work Surface||49%|
Parallel Kitchen Plans with Dimensions
This kitchen scheme is ideal for making the most of the available space, since it saves square meters of construction.
A parallel kitchen plan takes advantage, with a single circulation corridor, to serve two work areas, and at the same time, circulate within the space itself.
In order to differentiate spaces, a change of material is made on the floor of the kitchen area, with mosaics of the same tone (to the wooden floor) but with different textures and decorative motifs.
In the distribution, we see to one side, microwave, refrigerator, sink, drawers and storage cabinet.
On the other side, the worktop, with a hob and extractor fan, on a larger work surface, and low shelves. In this way, the well-known workflow triangle is created.
It is noteworthy that, since the refrigerator is the appliance with the highest frequency of use in the kitchen, it is located at the end. This would bring with it, greater (time) travel, and a workflow in reverse.
|Useful Kitchen Area||11.5m²|
|Work surface (plateau and countertop)||3.1m²|
|% Work Surface||27%|
Modern Kitchen Plans with Dimensions
Modern kitchens allow designs that are perfectly adapted to small spaces.
In this example, we see another kitchen with an integral, sober and elegant design. The work area attached to the wall has two storage columns: the refrigerator on one side and a closet on the other.
In the center, the hob is located and at the top, storage drawers.
On the island, the sink is placed, as a second work surface, and with the functionality of being able to sit down for breakfast or lunch, on the other side.
|Useful Kitchen Area||15.1m²|
|Work surface (plateau and countertop)||4.1m²|
|% Work Surface||27%|
Kitchen Plans with Island with Measures
It really is an attractive design, but functionally, it is more convenient to place the refrigerator and the forging area on the same side.
In this example, it would be convenient to put windows between the high shelves and the sink area, since it is a long wall, with a wide work surface. However, natural lighting has been arranged, at least, from the opposite side…
|Useful Kitchen Area||20.8m²|
|Work surface (plateau, countertop, bar)||6.44m²|
|% Work Surface||31%|
Small Kitchen Floor Plans
For a home that is not so spacious, you can still have a small, modern and functional kitchen in a small space. Let’s see examples.
This is an L-shaped layout, a kitchenette including dining space. The design of the equipment is comprehensive, combining materials such as metal and wood.
A modern design, with many drawers for storage, arranged from floor to ceiling, highly recommended in small spaces.
It presents a correct workflow, with the refrigerator, sink, cooktop and microwave, in that order. Being a conceptual design, it is not specified, which are the contiguous spaces.
|Useful Kitchen Area||12.9m²|
|Work surface (plateau)||2.5m²|
|% Work Surface||19%|
In this case, being an L-shaped kitchen, which leaves ample free space, it allows a dining table (area 1.13m²) with 4 chairs to be placed, making better use of the kitchen area.
Small Kitchen Plan with Measurements
This is an attractive design, but it includes a wide circulation area (two aisles), which is reflected in a lower % used.
The design of the island allows to store metal stools perfectly (and very decoratively).
Natural lighting has been conceived laterally.
|Useful Kitchen Area||24.0m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||4.7m²|
|% Work Surface||19.5%|
Plan for Small Kitchen with Bar
Small and spacious kitchen open to the living-dining room, with natural lighting from the side, which enriches the combined use of colors and textures, between the wooden floor and the white drawers.
The navy blue painted walls and the shiny gray refrigerator complete the basic concept of the interior design.
In this kitchen design with a bar, you can adjust the length, depending on the space you have. The refrigerator, for example, could be moved to the left, making the kitchen smaller and with less passageway.
15 Square Meter Kitchen Plan
The bar located on one side could also be a dining table for 3 or more people, depending on the existing space.
|Useful Kitchen Area||15.8m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||3.5m²|
|% Work Surface||22.1%|
U- Shaped Kitchen Plans with Dimensions
This U-shaped kitchen plan is a prime example. It has abundant natural lighting input, as well as 6.6m2 of work surface
Two plant examples are shown, one of them with a better workflow.
It could be assumed that it is a configuration forced by the existence of the glass window and not being able to relocate it.
|Useful Kitchen Area||12.3m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||6.6m²|
|% Work Surface||53.7%|
In the following we see, a more cohesive workflow, going from the fridge, prep (which may include scrubbing) and cooking.
It is convenient that the sink is on the same side, plateau or close to the refrigerator, since they are very related.
Kitchen Plans with Measures PDF
|Useful Kitchen Area||17.9m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||7.5m²|
|% Work Surface||41.9%|
American Kitchen Plan with Dimensions
With a black and white design, certainly minimalist, we have this example of an American kitchen, with a bar, open to the living room.
There are several concepts that are mixed: American kitchen (with island), the minimalist design (in black and white, and remarkably symmetrical), and the open space towards the front of the kitchen.
Wood flooring adds texture and “more” color, making the space look and feel a bit warm.
The kitchen and sink arrangement would be more functional if they were interchanged.
|Useful Kitchen Area||20.0m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||4.1m²|
|% Work Surface||20.5%|
Plans with Kitchen Designs
|Useful Kitchen Area||13.8m²|
|Work surface (plateau and countertop)||3.30m²|
|% Work Surface||23.9%|
In this case, the area of the table (1.13m²) has not been included, but it could also be considered at certain times, as an area to develop tasks. In that case the % increases to 31.2%.
Wood Kitchen Plans
Kitchen plan with large measurements, natural wood furniture, and black marble floors and countertops. There are two sinks and two bars.
In a TYPE OF KITCHEN LAYOUT, it is essential to reduce unnecessary routes. This is even more important, in large and spacious kitchens.
The perimeter of the triangle (of the main work routes) should not be greater than 7 meters.
The lighting comes from the center of the main wall, which is correct. With furniture and finishes in colors and textures that tend to be dark, lighting requirements increase.
|Useful Kitchen Area||24.1m²|
|Work surface (plateau, countertop and bar)||8.3m²|
|% Work Surface||34.4%|
If the work area of the round table (0.95m²) is included, the percentage would be 38.3%.
L- Shaped Kitchen Plans with Island
One of the trends in KITCHEN DESIGN is the color green. In this example, we see a very nice interior decoration, combined with white and wood.
The symmetrical design and molded shelves give it a traditional look. Although it’s not bad, I would have liked the refrigerator with a finish, also in white, while keeping the stove in light grey.
The natural lighting is reflected in the island, with a white countertop, increasing the luminosity.
|Useful Kitchen Area||21.9m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||6.9m²|
|% Work Surface||31.5%|
Small Kitchen Plan of 3×3 meters
Small Scandinavian-style apartment kitchen, which uses warm materials, such as natural wood, (painted and with visible texture).
All the furniture has been made of wood. The soft tones, together with the white color, and indirect artificial lighting, create a very cozy atmosphere.
Being a kitchen of an apartment, it did not have the possibility of placing windows. However, it would greatly improve interior comfort by locating windows over the sink or attached to the column.
|Useful Kitchen Area||9.0m²|
|Work surface (plateau and bar)||2.94m²|
|% Work Surface||32.7%|
An interesting example especially for SMALL HOUSE DESIGNS.
Kitchen Plans in L with Peninsula
This example corresponds to the renovation of a house. It can be seen, for example, through the floor-to-ceiling glass window, behind the kitchen peninsula, trying to gain more natural lighting, without losing the coherence of the exterior design of the façade.
We see an exception to the rule. With the cooking area, on the side of the refrigerator (usually the sink should be in that position).
This is because in this case, from the main circulation (from the dining room), the sink should be closer to us, and the cooking area further away, for reasons of functionality and safety.
|Useful Kitchen Area||8.4m²|
|Work surface (plateaus)||2.8m²|
|% Work Surface||33.3%|
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