With glass walls, completely open or with a serving hatch. These open kitchens are designed for everyday use, but also to become the heart of your home. We warn you: you are going to want to throw down the walls of your kitchen!
1. AN OPEN KITCHEN IN DETAIL
In this house, renovated by the interior designer Pia Capdevila, the island has been planned as the heart of the day area. And it is open to the dining room and living room. The white furniture combined with wood gets an extra warmth, at the same time that it works as a connection point with the running bench that connects the kitchen and dining room.
2. A MINIMALIST KITCHEN IN WHITE AND WOOD
Everything combines in this open kitchen. And it is that the interior designer has found the perfect combination in this space, in which the kitchen, living room, and dining room coexist.
3. AN OPEN AND RUSTIC KITCHEN WITH THE FRESHNESS OF SUMMER
In this open kitchen, pinewood is the main protagonist. From the paneled refrigerator to the island they shine in this wood. So that its strength is not eclipsed, but above all, it is not burdensome, tall cabinets have been dispensed with.
4. COATINGS THAT DELIMIT
This kitchen opens to the dining room. The furniture, simple in line, maintains unity with the rest of the decoration thanks to the sand tones used. However, the floor marks its space.
5. TO GAIN NATURAL LIGHT
The furniture is distributed in a U-shape and thus the kitchen is delimited although integrated into the dining room and living room at the same time. The natural light that enters through the window reaches the entire space.
6. THE DINING TABLE “TUCKED” IN THE KITCHEN
It is a resource that works when the kitchen is opened to the living room: place the dining table as a transition element between one environment and another.
7. CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS
A low wall delimits the kitchen from the dining room but at the same time, it is used to install the taps for the sink area on the kitchen side and is the back of a bench that completes the seating in the dining room.
8. NO DOORS
So that the continuity between the living room and the kitchen is total. Only glazing on a wall delimits areas without obstructing the view.
9. ONLY WITH BASE UNITS
This kitchen is very light. The windows fill the entire room with light and allow you to enjoy the views while cooking.
10. IN SEARCH OF CONTRAST
To put a different note, the black countertop contrasts with the smooth finish of the walls and fronts of the kitchen cabinets.