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Position wall units on the longer run. Again, it depends on where your windows are, but generally in an L-shaped kitchen with different-length runs, we would locate the upper cabinets above the longer run. This allows more wall storage compared with the shorter run. It also ensures glassware and cooking condiments are within easy reach of the cooktop below. If there’s no window, you can continue your upper cabinets around the corner onto the shorter run, but often floating shelves or glass-front doors work better, as they create an airy, open feel. This gives the impression of a larger kitchen overall. How to Remodel Your Kitchen Separate your cooktop and sink. With a layout where both runs are roughly the same length, there’s usually space to separate the sink and cooktop on different runs. As the main prep space in a kitchen is typically between the sink and range, the benefit of separating these is that it makes this countertop area as generous as possible. This arrangement also creates a distinction between your kitchen’s cook zone (with the range) and wash zone (with the sink), which facilitates efficient use of the space.