9 Kitchens Open to Dining Room and Living Room

Fully open, with serving hatches, with glass solutions … These open kitchens are designed so that you do not miss anything that happens beyond their territory. We warn you: you are going to want to tear down the walls of your kitchen

1. COATINGS THAT DEFINE

This kitchen opens to the dining room. The simple line furniture maintains unity with the rest of the decoration thanks to the sand tones used. However, the floor marks its space.

2. 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.

3. THE DINING TABLE “TUCKED” IN THE KITCHEN

It is a resource that works when the kitchen opens to the living room: placing the dining table as a transition element between one and another environment.

4. OPEN KITCHEN = MORE SPACIOUSNESS

Integrating the kitchen in the living room always grants meters. In this case, a wall separates the kitchen from the hall and is used to attach a light office in a passage area.

5. WORK SOLUTIONS

A low wall delimits the kitchen from the dining room but at the same time, it is used to install the taps in the sink area on the kitchen side and is the back of a bench that completes the seats in the dining room.

6. ONLY WITH LOW FURNITURE

This kitchen is very light. The windows fill the whole room with light and allow you to enjoy the views while cooking.

7. UNIT IN THE LININGS

Both on the floor and on the walls. It is a resource that works to integrate the kitchen into the decoration when it opens into the living-dining room.

8. OPENING A HOLE IN THE WALL

It is also an option to integrate the kitchen into the living room. There is visual communication and the open hole in the wall allows you to create a very practical serving area, including installing a counter as a bar with stools.

ADAPT THE FURNITURE

At one end of the kitchen floor is the dining room, fully integrated. In this area, the furniture attached to the wall completes the decoration of the dining room -as a sideboard with shelves- and fits in with the design of the kitchen.

 

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