A kitchen becomes a new popular room nowadays. Many people try to remodel their kitchen with various designs to match their needs or preferences. One of them, an open kitchen, is quite popular yet controversial used in restaurants.
This kind of designs tries to advocate a private and warm dining room with the kitchen. Besides creating a new, friendly, and open atmosphere, the open kitchen will let you show your cooking skills to the guests.
Here are some open kitchen ideas from trending restaurants you can copy.
1. U-Shaped Kitchen
This design is arguably the most practical model that works for a small and large room. It is also easier to arrange modular kitchen cabinets in the U-shaped kitchen. You can even rearrange the direction of your kitchen as you like.
Need a vast look for your dining room and kitchen? You can point the curve to the wall. The empty space will be suitable for chairs and tables. However, if you want to get a “bar” look, turn the curved shape to the opposite of the wall. You can install a large cabinet for the table, which is very common for Japanese-type restaurants.
This kitchen model has a similar look with U-shaped kitchen but with an extra cabinet and rounder look. The G-shaped kitchen may be the best for professional cooks or aspiring chefs since the design can maximize the utility of the room.
If you have a custom design, arrange what you need here. For instance, you can place a functional cabinet-storage as a table, put a countertop on top of your fridge or oven, and set a sink and stove to the other cabinet. Do note that you have four functional cabinets to arrange.
Having a long modular kitchen can provide you with some cookware or equipment, such as sink, fridge, stove, and storages. The clear line of the design will create a vast space connected to your dining room. Thus, it is very applicable to a small kitchen and dining room.
Moreover, you can explore more about the design. For instance, you can connect the room with the other rooms, such as the reading room with bookshelves or the indoor-outdoor room straight to your backyard.