Tuesday, 16 April 2013 11:40

Reinventing the kitchen

Modern trends require kitchens to be multifunction spaces, where we are able not only to cook, but also to utilize them as dining rooms, offices, or even to integrate them into the living room itself, so that people can enjoy meeting friends and family, without isolating the person who cooks, as so often happens.

While optimizing places like this, it is important to work with the materials, elements and their appearance, to get a fusion of environments, but not to dilute the individual elements which signify their independence.

 

In this case, we have included a peninsula, with a bar that also has functionality of a table, and in doing so, we were able to include a space for resting, with sofa and couch to watch TV, thus providing an additional space to the main living area.

 

 

 

 

As shown in the previous picture, integrating the kitchen into the main living space can be very convenient, and the possibility of hiding it totally, offers good flexibility in the use of kitchen and living areas