Photo of a modern l-shaped separate kitchen in London with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, panelled appliances and white splashback.
Max out one wall
If you want to load your U-shaped kitchen with storage, but don’t want wall cabinets on all three sides, here’s an alternative. Leave one of the longest walls free and fill the one opposite with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry.
On the third, narrowest wall in this scheme, a half-and-half approach comfortably bridges the gap between the two cabinetry layouts. The result? A kitchen with loads of storage that still feels spacious. - webuser_898935