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Some Open Kitchen Essentials That Every Home Needs

If you’re taken by the concept of open kitchens and want to emulate one in your own homes, then there are a lot of small details and large factors that you’ll need to keep in mind. Let’s take a look at all of these things so that you can get the most holistic experience out of your open kitchens in the long run:

 

1. Narrow or large

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The thing about open kitchens is that they require a lot of space to feel truly accommodating. While small-sized open kitchens are rather common, if you’re looking for luxury, you’ll need to opt for a larger square-footage – especially if you want an island or a breakfast bar as an accompaniment. You’ll also need to accommodate standardized aisle spaces with such a venture.

 

2. Seamless transition from dining to kitchen

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The dining area is often interlinked with the kitchen, and when you’re working with an open space, the transition from one to the other has to be quite seamless. What most designers recommend is that you adjoin the end of your counter space with the dining table so that it feels like the latter is an extension of the kitchen itself. Of course, you can experiment with materials to make it feel stylistically different.

 

3. Sleekly installed appliances

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All of your kitchen appliances have to be extremely well organized in order for this aesthetic to work. In-built’s are a surefire way to make this happen because they’re boxed inside the cabinetry and feel as if they are a part of the sleek walls. This way, there is also less visual and physical clutter that has to be taken care of in case any unexpected guests visit your home.

 

4. Knowing the lighting difference

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The lighting of your open kitchen has to be as functional as possible. Despite its ornamental quality, the open kitchen is still a place of work. However, if you’ve got an adjoined dining area with it, you can add some ornamental lighting in the mix as well. But you also have to make sure that it doesn’t get in the way of the actual work. Just hanging it above the dining table may suffice.

 

5. Adding extra accoutrements

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Since the open kitchen concept is partially ornamental, one cannot help but add some extra accoutrements to make it feel more glam. These may include decorative lighting, gorgeous placements, and even innovative cabinetry.

 

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