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A 10×10 kitchen is the kitchen industry’s standard size used by all manufacturers as the basic kitchen layout. Often the 10′ x 10′ kitchen is in the shape of an “L,” with one run of cabinets being ten linear feet long around the stove and another run of ten linear feet house the kitchen sink. The 10-foot x 10-foot model is an excellent place to start for pricing and the types of cabinets and accessories that will work best in any kitchen layout. With this model, cabinet manufacturers can approximate the cost of kitchen cabinets for a basic kitchen.
What Is A 10×10 Kitchen?
A 10×10 kitchen, used as the industry standard, is an “L” shaped kitchen that is 10 linear feet long by 10 linear feet wide. The price varies based on the design request but gives you an idea how many cabinets you will need and what the approximate cost is for a basic kitchen.
10 By 10 Kitchen Layout
What is a 10-Foot Run Kitchen?
A 10–foot run is an one-wall shaped kitchen that is 10 linear foot long used as the industry standard. The price varies based on the design request but gives you a general idea how many cabinets you will need and how much the approximate cost is for a basic kitchen.
10-Foot Run Kitchen Layout
What Is A Linear Foot?
A linear foot, or sometimes called lineal foot, is one foot in length or 12 inches. The term linear refers to a straight line which is broadly used in the kitchen cabinetry industry to help with the straight measurement. Consult a Kitchen Designer for help with Cabinet Terms.
Linear Feet In The Kitchen