Kitchen / July 1, 2018 / Richard Odilon
If you’re tired of preparing meals by your lonesome self in the kitchen while the rest of the family are socialising in the adjoining room, then put food prepping at the heat of your new open-plan kitchen. Practical tasks can become easier too – a dining table placed closer to the kitchen means shorter carrying distance for plates and food, perfect if you have small kids at home.
Remember that the tiniest of kitchen clutter will now be perceived from the dining/living room in your new open-plan space. You may be including a new island in your layout, but is it enough. A tall pull-out unit is another popular method for storage, as it makes efficient use of horizontal space and is easily accessible. Or how about a larder/pantry with plenty of space for groceries, tableware and condiments? Additional drawers can also be inserted, easily hidden behind a single cupboard door for a more streamlined look.
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