The traditional one-wall kitchen is just that: a single bank of cabinets along one wall of a space, with a fridge, sink, and stove integrated into it (nearly always arranged with the sink in between the other two). The one-wall kitchen works by keeping all appliances, cooking tools and ingredients within easy reach.
It can even be hidden behind sliding or pocket doors to minimize visual clutter in a small, open space such as a studio apartment. The one-wall kitchen layout is generally found in studio or loft spaces. Cabinets and appliances are fixed on a single wall, making it the ultimate space saver. A counter-high table offers an additional work surface. While the work triangle may be the most efficient way to organize a kitchen, your space might not permit it. If you are working with a small space, aligning all your cooking space and appliances on one wall can make your kitchen feel more efficient.