By Josse Alexandrie. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 13:42:53 PM.
But like all things in life, proper planning is crucial if you want the end result to work, and an open-plan kitchen is no exception (why else do you think professional kitchen planners are so busy?). So, before you start swinging a sledgehammer to demolish a wall or two, first see what it takes to have (and style up) an open-plan kitchen.
Incredibly durable, bamboo is less likely to gape than other solid woods. Usually pre-treated by the manufacturer, bamboo flooring can be stained or left in its natural colour, ensuring you a wide array of options.
Wooden worktops are also greatly encouraged for country kitchens, but do keep in mind that wood always requires a little more maintenance that other materials. Even the tiniest of spill needs to be cleaned immediately, not to mention regular oiling to keep those wooden surfaces looking fresh and new. A quick sand and polish is ideal for removing everyday scratches and dents.
Open-plan living has become part and parcel of the 21st century. Think about all the various ones you’ve seen, both in real life and in design magazines / websites: a home office seamlessly connected to the living room; a bedroom sharing its open space with a bathroom; and, perhaps the most popular one of all, open-plan kitchens beautifully blending in with an adjoining dining room or lounge, or both.
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