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Open Kitchen Design Ideas

Kitchens with an open concept or open kitchen have long been in demand by many homeowners.

Because, the concept of an open kitchen has many advantages compared to a regular kitchen. For example, more freedom of movement, smoother air circulation, and optimal lighting. So, this kitchen concept will offer a different cooking experience than usual.

An open kitchen does not have to face the backyard of the house. However, a kitchen that is placed in an open space type house can also be called an open kitchen because there is no partition that separates the rooms in the house.

Well, if you are interested in this kitchen concept, first take a peek at some examples of the following open kitchen designs. Who knows, there might be an idea or two you can copy!

Kitchens with open concepts are generally combined with the dining room. The goal, of course, is to save space and facilitate movement when serving and cleaning food.

However, the function of an open kitchen is not only limited to that. The absence of partitions makes the kitchen and dining room can be used as another place, for example a reading and relaxing area like the picture above. Glass doors are installed on one side of the room to let in as much light as possible, so the room feels bright.

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