Open Kitchen Design

Creating or designing an open kitchen space is something we consider when we wanted to make sure we can see the entire floor area in our home. This is usually the case especially when there are kids in the house because most mothers want to make sure that they see their kids every time they are cooking in the kitchen. For yuppies or young professionals who consider this kind of design, it is usually when they have limited space in their apartment or studios to be putting up walls in the kitchen to cover the cooking activities there. Today, we will be showing you Open Design that will inspire us when it comes to designing an open design space!

Open kitchen design
Grey Modular Kitchen

This modern, open kitchen design consists of a lots of storage in the tall pantry cabinets. All of the appliances are fully integrated into the cabinetry, creating a streamlined, modern look only achieved through high quality custom design. Open plan kitchen and living room with custom island that includes wine storage. Open shelving mounted on steel brackets support dishes and provide for light from above. At first glance you might miss the universal design features. But look closer and you’ll see how the pedestal table allows for maximum knee space and seating configurations.

The open design has windows that stream light and ventilation into the kitchen and living room. Every room should have a window or open space for sunlight and fresh air. If your home doesn’t allow that, perhaps planning for an open kitchen with the dining or living space can help share and make the most of a window or door.

his open kitchen design uses the simplest decor rule—white immediately makes any space look brighter. You don’t have to always stick to stark white. Even off white, shades of white or creamy tones would work well to add the illusion of space in all small open designs.