As the name suggests, G shaped kitchens have four sides that resemble the letter ‘G.’ It’s very similar to U-shaped kitchens, except there is usually a fourth dimension (the jut or peninsula) that adds extra countertop or dining space. They’re commonly found in open-plan spaces, although they can be added to single-use rooms too.
Like with every kitchen design, there are G shaped kitchen advantages and disadvantages. Think about the size of your space and your lifestyle requirements before committing to this particular layout. It could be useful to try an online kitchen planner tool to test out your design too.