1. Define the size of each zone: if you frequently ask family and friends for a dinner, make the kitchen area larger. 2. Binding elements. Suppose of a single color design for both zones as the transition between the areas should be smooth and gentle. The décor mode should also be single for both, so select the furniture accordingly. 3. Functionality. All the kitchen surfaces should be functional for cooking, and the hood should be very good working to avoid food smells in the living room area. Multi-level kitchen lights will be very useful plus you will not light the living area too much.
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Today open-plan interiors are super fashionable because they extend your space and create a whole zone for communicating and having fun. If you are not ready for a whole loft-like space, you can attempt just to unite the kitchen and the living room. Here are some tips to do that right.