Decorating the Cloisters in the Kitchen – Ideas + Gallery

Today, we are going to be interested in the cloisters in the kitchen. Cloisters have their place in the kitchen and we hope that the rest of this article will give you ideas for decorating and decorating your space.

WHY INSTALL SCREENS IN A KITCHEN?

PARTITIONS TO PARTIALLY PARTITION AN OPEN KITCHEN

The screenings are very decorative but it is not their only interest. As with the rest of the house, the use of trellises allows partitioning of open space. This makes all the more sense that a few years ago, “the big fashion” was to create a kitchen open to another room, often the living room or the dining room. Time passes, trends and desires change. And rather than installing solid partitions that require a lot of work, the shutters are a nice alternative. Little work, a decorative result, a wide choice of patterns and materials. And we still keep the idea of ​​openness. The partitioning is not the same as with a plasterboard wall. The light continues to circulate. We do not completely break the feeling of space.

CREATE ANOTHER SPACE SEPARATE FROM THE KITCHEN THANKS TO THE TRELLISES

In the same vein, we can create an extra space thanks to the trellises. So no, the cloisters do not allow the house to be enlarged, but they do make it possible to create boundaries. And we can try to create a new room when everything is open in the house or the apartment. If the kitchen is located in the extension of the entrance, for example, the use of cloisters can allow you to create a room for the entrance and therefore differentiate the spaces. When you cook, you don’t necessarily want to see the coats and shoes lying around in the hall. And when a stranger rings the doorbell, we also don’t want him to be able to see the kitchen. Unlike a traditional wall, the screen walls will allow you to maintain privacy without weighing down your spaces.

DRESS THE SIDE OF THE KITCHEN FURNITURE AND DELIMIT THE SPACES WITH A SCREEN

More decoration than anything else, the partitions can allow you to dress the sides of your kitchen. Often the furniture boxes are white and are not designed so that the side sides are decorative. (Most of the time, they are stuck against a wall, we don’t have to worry if it looks nice or not). But as kitchens have tended to open up and break away from unnecessary partitions, you may want to dress your kitchen furniture. In this case, we are on a screen format much smaller than the two previous uses since the screen will be the same length as the depth of your furniture. What is interesting in this arrangement is that it only partitions very little. We are more in the idea of ​​delimiting spaces than strictly speaking partitioning.

KITCHEN DECOR AND CLOISTERS

CLAUSTRAS IN THE KITCHEN – AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE GLASS ROOF?

  • The canopy is practical for retaining cooking odors
    The canopy in the kitchen has been on the side for a few years now. It also responded to the need to partition an overly open space onto a living room without losing the light side. Cloisters and canopy are in the same spirit. But these are two solutions that remain different. The canopy allows us to partition through the windows. And in the kitchen, it is practical for cooking smells. Once the glass door is closed, it no longer smells in the house. The screens remain open so odors continue to circulate no matter what.
  • No glazing to clean with the shutters
    On the other hand, the big strong point of the shutters in comparison to the canopy, it is precisely the absence of panes. I am in favor of easy and quick maintenance interiors. I never really enjoyed cleaning my windows. So if we add glass partitions to clean inside, it’s more housekeeping that is required. The shutters have no windows, no need to plan a regular cleaning of what does not exist.
  • More design choices for the screens 
    The last big difference between the screens and the canopy: the choice of design. The glass models are fairly homogeneous. We are in an industrial spirit with a base and a metal structure (often aluminum). The colors are mostly normalized. We remain in dark gray in the vast majority of cases. With cloisters, it’s completely different. As with the rest of the house, you have a choice. Wood screens with a minimal appearance, metal screens with laser cutting … Laser cutting is a technique that allows you to do almost all the madness concerning the patterns.

Here comes an inspirational gallery of kitchen cloisters that will inspire you!

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

 

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Recent posts in Decorations

 
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments