A living room with a kitchen, otherwise known as a living room with a kitchenette, is a very common solution in interior design, both small, with less space and larger. What does the arrangement of a kitchen with a living room look like? What does the arrangement of the kitchen and living room look like and what are the advantages and disadvantages of combining a kitchen with a living room?
What does the arrangement of the kitchen and living room look like?
The arrangement of the kitchen and living room is nothing else but to include in one, undivided space both the living room (used for our rest) and the kitchenette (needed for our daily work). This type of contractual separation of two parts of rooms in one space is becoming increasingly popular, not only because of its incredible functionality, but also because of the possibility of creating more space, even in a small room.
Contractual separation of the kitchen from the living room does not consist in placing a border with the wall, but through, among other things: setting up living room furniture (sofa, carpet, openwork partition, library or bookcase) or kitchen furniture (table), combining colours, changing the covering to another type of floor, or tiles or graphics on glass in the kitchen. This simple procedure optically enlarges our space, smoothly combining two parts into one.
Kitchen and living room arrangement not only for small apartments
An open kitchen, i.e. a kitchenette located in a living room, is often chosen by people who have large houses and sufficient space for an enclosed kitchen. However, open kitchens are increasingly being designed for large rooms in detached houses. Such a solution in a large house is not only fully functional, but also gives such a room cosiness and warmth, and at the same time it gives the house a very modern and unique character, creating such desired free space.