Planning your kitchen
Let us show you typical kitchen shapes to guide you, then the rest is up to you. What are your must haves and why are you buying a new kitchen? Take inspiration from our suggestions and ensure you’ve got everything covered.
6 main kitchen layouts
Your Jigsaw kitchen will be highly personal as you piece together everything we have to create your own look. The first step though is confirming your layout and understanding which works best for your home. We’ve illustrated the most common styles for you found within the UK, but if you’re lucky enough to have a completely blank canvas then enjoy creating your own!
Used for compact kitchens, combine with clever storage solutions to maximise the space.
Works best for long narrow kitchens utilising both side with everything within easy reach.
The most common kitchen layout, leaving space to move around and possibly enough space for a dining table.
Great for lots of storage space, use pull out corner units for easy access to all your pots and pans.
Get additional storage and worktop space with a G-shaped kitchen, also ideal for creating a social centre point..
This desirable layout works well with large open plan kitchens, creating a flexible and social working space.
Cabinets are the foundation of a kitchen with multiple sizes and shapes now available to navigate around any room.
We have 4 colour choices meaning you can choose to co-ordinate or contrast with your door choice.
Creates storage and frees up wall space in a stylish fashion.
Conventional wall units are 720mm high with variable shelf positions to suit what you choose to store in them.
TALL WALL UNIT
Ideal for rooms with high ceilings, tall wall units provide extra storage capacity and a more bespoke aesthetic.
Conventional base units have lots of size options plus internal and external curves to for rounded & flowing design.
LARDER AND APPLIANCE UNITS
Make the most of ceiling heights with larder units or house appliances at a more ergonomically friendly height.
EXTRA TALL LARDER & APPLIANCE UNITS
The extra tall options are designed to co-ordinate with the tall wall units and achieve a streamlined look with additional storage.
Drawers are an increasingly important part of the kitchen offering style and easy access. Jigsaw provides a multitude of sizes and configurations.
What drawer combination you choose might depend on how much space you’ve got available, what design you’re after, or what you want to store in them. For example…cutlery, utensils, pots and pans, plates and bowls, food, kitchen towels or cleaning products.
5 SHALLOW DRAWERS
Each drawer front is 140mm tall.
4 SHALLOW DRAWERS
Each drawer front is 175mm tall.
Single 140mm drawer front and one 570mm door.
1 SHALLOW + 2 DEEP
One drawer front is 140mm and two are 283mm tall.
Both drawer fronts are 355mm tall.
Standard cabinets are 300-600mm and wide cabinets are 800-1000mm.