Kitchen Interior Designs — January 28, 2011 at 9:52 pm

Open Kitchen

Open Kitchen

Open Kitchen

When you build your home, you have the option of either a closed kitchen or an open one. As seen in the picture here, the open kitchen flows out of the drawing room and further leads out into the rest of the house. The idea here is that people using the kitchen need not feel cut off from the rest of the house or the activities. The beauty of it is you can have a large group of people milling around and flowing in and out of the kitchen and still not miss any fun of the party. Spilling over from the sitting room and being within easy reach of the kitchen is perfect for a close knit gathering. It lends an informal air to the social activity. At other times, when it is just the family, one can still be able to oversee children in the other room and be involved in the conversation.  This kitchen has two high chairs if your children want to do their homework.

Look at the lighting. There is a skylight as well as many spot lights on the ceiling. This makes the room so much brighter. It is airy and light in essence. The burners or the cooking range is neatly slotted onto a table top. Other appliances are located at an angle from the cooking area. A perfect nook has been created for standing within the kitchen’s cooking and washing area. Nail a few colorful paintings and add color to the otherwise white and brown combination.

The flooring needs special mention here. The wood has been polished to a fine sheen with the grains showing in a natural form. There is enough room to move around along the wall from the more formal sitting room. This is an open plan of the house and suggestive of the same plan for the rest of the home too.  This kitchen reflects a warmth and cheery atmosphere.

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