Kitchen / June 13, 2018 / Corentin Hermine
The social factor also comes into play with an open-plan kitchen, particularly if it blends in with a living room. For example, one of the kids could be watching TV in the lounge while another is doing homework at the kitchen island, putting you (who’s busy in the kitchen) in close contact with both.
Your kitchen doesn’t have to match up 100% with the adjoining space’s look. You can still enjoy a super modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, situated only a few feet away from your country-style living room, for example. However, you need to include accent colours in both areas to pull the individual zones together (like using a similar hue in your kitchen island and dining chairs, or hues that complement your kitchen’s backsplash and living room’s sofa cushions, etc.).
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