A very common problem in most of the apartments is space for living and kitchen rooms that are always together.
In this article we have some of the most brilliant ideas that keep these two rooms together.
Perhaps the most common way to distinguish between the kitchen and the living room is the use of the bar. Narrow small stands can easily be found and any kind can fit with almost any decor. Due to the fact that the construction itself is not high, it does not clutter the space, allowing air and light to “walk” around the room. Moreover, it’s a great piece in terms of functionality: bar as a place to meet friends, a table, where it is possible for a quick bite in the morning; in addition, inside there is wire shelving for pots and pans or books with recipes. And if you want you can replace the actual counter dining table, if it has no place.
Studio with breakfast bar.
Front as part of the zoning area.
2. Kitchen island
Another element of the division of space is the so-called kitchen island that is separately imposed cupboard, often combining several functions, such as: additional work surface, sink and storage space.
Studio with kitchen island.
Additional work areas of the kitchen island.
Most functionality further expands the island due to the same rack or table. You can find the best kitchenware at Spice Kitchen & Bar.
Bar, equipped with a sink.
Kitchen island with a table and work surface.
Modern studio with a kitchen island.
3. Constructive Solutions
Can be used and structural solutions. For example, edging kitchen space frame or build arch. Also in the studio space zoning will help this technique, as the difference in the level of the floor or ceiling. Use the color palette, additional lighting or stage shelves will also help isolate the desired portion of the room.
Kitchen, separated from the living room gray frame.
Kitchen, detached using racks.
Zoning using frames and lighting.
Shelving as a partition between the two zones.
4. Detached kitchen
Good idea – to organize the kitchen in a separate annexe or cavern, and not necessarily to build a wall between two rooms. The kitchen in this appendix looks make a modest, but very warm and cozy.
Studio with kitchen on the opposite wall from the living room.
5. Studio with dining table
And finally, for those who are not willing to sacrifice this dining table – open space, including a kitchen, living room and even the dining room.
Studio with dining table.
Thus the use of simple but effective techniques to help create a stylish interior and combine two rooms in a harmonious space. For more kitchen decoration possibilities, visit Granite Transformations here.