One of the most common kitchen layouts is U shaped kitchen. No other model can outshine U- shaped kitchen in areas of efficiency. This is perfect for every type of kitchen areas. Even in a small kitchen, U shaped arrangement will ensure maximum work space. A U-shaped kitchen is made up of space on three adjoining walls, two parallel walls perpendicular to a third. It is commonly known as C shape or J shape kitchen. This kitchen configuration functions really well with the kitchen work triangle, ensuring only a small distance between each work zone. Wide “U” can support a kitchen island. One major benefit of a U-shaped kitchen is that two or more cooks can operate at the same time - great for when you’re entertaining or simply have a big family to feed!. If you use an island bench top as one side of “U" it creates space for guest to sit opposite to you whilst you cook and can be used as breakfast table. Using an island bench top this way, separates your kitchen and dining areas, so you can cook and entertain with no controversy.