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How to Make your Open Kitchen Designs More Enjoyable




Open kitchens are proving to be more versatile and ergonomic than the standard galley or wall kitchen layouts. This is due to the various features and amenities possible with this layout, as well as better usage of every square foot of space. The other benefits of open kitchens also include the ease of installation, cleaning, and socializing with other people living in the same household. Walls and permanent barriers lend more privacy and serve as a barrier to human interaction, which is why most houses with open kitchens still have isolated bedrooms.

An open and interconnected common living area looks spacious and serene. At the same time, various furniture pieces like drawers and cabinets are positioned alongside the perimeters of the house and provide you with ample storage space. The layout also makes the kitchen function like a cooking, washing, and preparation zone while providing you with all the kitchen amenities such as sinks, fridges, and ovens. Open kitchens transition seamlessly into the dining and living room area, producing a spacious and grandiose appearance.

Utilizing the Space to Make Your Kitchen More Appealing

To make your open layout more appealing, you can set up furniture sparingly in an asymmetrical pattern around the open space to avoid cluttering it too much. The highlight of any open kitchen is always the dining room table, so make sure all other furniture fits with the style and color of the dining room table. Add a cabinet for holding ingredients, tools, and cooking utensils in case drawer storage space is limited. Finally, an open kitchen is ideal if you plan to install a large stovetop or oven unit next to a wall without eating up too much of your space. With the help of a minimalistic design, your kitchen opens up like never before. Now you can move freely around the kitchen without worrying about space constraints and getting in the way. You no longer need to worry about the distance from the sink, the placement of the dishwasher, and the distance from the refrigerator. With the installation of these features, your kitchen is now easy to maintain with minimal space and utility consumption. To make your open kitchen layout even more attractive, you can try adding the following features:

· If your layout is less than 20' in length, you can install a countertop unit with a cabinet. These units are well suited for smaller kitchens. The installation of these is easy as well. Just flip open your wall panels and install your countertop unit

· If your layout is between 20' and 30', you can install a wall unit with a cabinet. The installation of these units requires you to cut down your existing wall

· If you want to spice up your kitchen, you can install an island that is a good alternative for the existing wall

· If your layout is at least 30' in length or more than 30', you can install a countertop unit with a double set of cabinets. This provides you a lot of storage space but remembers, you want to avoid too much furniture in an open kitchen to prevent cluttering.

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