Kitchen / July 1, 2018 / Emile Georgette
Although the idea of an open-plan layout is to merge different rooms, you don’t want to be confused about which zone ends where. As there’s no wall to distinguish the start of the kitchen, it’s up to other, more subtle ways to separate the different areas.
How about changing the flooring, choosing hardwearing (and easy-to-clean) tiles for the kitchen, which flow elegantly into the lounge’s wooden floor? Alternatively, opt for the same flooring throughout, then add definition with different rugs. Other ways include varying the ceiling- and floor height between the different zones, or placing a furniture/décor piece like an open bookcase in-between the spaces.
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