If you want to bring in colour and texture, choose a bold kitchen worktop for the peninsula section or go with a statement wall colour. Or take peninsula kitchen ideas to the next level with a show-stopping splashback and standout kitchen accessories.
As the name suggests, a G-shaped kitchen resembles the letter ‘G’, featuring four sides of kitchen counter space. It’s similar to the U-shaped kitchen - which has three sides - but with an additional fourth dimension, such as a jut or peninsula that adds extra workspace or dining space.
G-shaped kitchens are great for open-plan spaces, but the peninsula kitchen layout works just as well in single-use rooms too. A peninsula kitchen layout helps to increase storage and worktop space, making it a popular choice for every style of home, but just all layouts, there are advantages and disadvantages to think about before you decide.
Use our handy kitchen planner tool for inspiration or continue reading for the full list of pros and cons.