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The L-shaped kitchen

The L-shaped kitchen is a frequently used layout, since architects very often design rooms which lend themselves to this shape. If this type of kitchen is planned out with function in mind, you can achieve short distances between the different areas of the room and a clear arrangement. All the things you will need on a daily basis can be kept to hand by making clever use of the storage space available in corners, for example. A corner unit such as a MagicCorner or a LeMans comes highly recommended here. Growing in popularity is the LeMans Highboard, which utilises the full height of the corner area. The corner of the room where there are no units can be used as a dining area.

Other articles on this topic:
The one-wall kitchen
The galley kitchen
The U-shaped kitchen
The G-shaped kitchen
The peninsula & the island

Fruit for children

How to make fruit attractive
to kids.