16 Open Concept Kitchen Designs In Modern Style That Will Beautify Your Home

16 Open Concept Kitchen Designs In Modern Style That Will Beautify Your Home

Open-plan neutral kitchen - love. love the cupboards. love the doors. love the breakfast island. LOVE THE TABLE (i think a certain someone would adore a table with a bench - can adorn it with vintage cushions and throws ;))

Open-plan neutral kitchen - love. love the cupboards. love the doors. love the breakfast island. LOVE THE TABLE (i think a certain someone would adore a table with a bench - can adorn it with vintage cushions and throws ;))

Put french doors all around the dining so it can open up, U-shaped island coming toward living with built in booth seating, make area behind cabinets a hidden pantry...I could definitely work with this layout!

Put french doors all around the dining so it can open up, U-shaped island coming toward living with built in booth seating, make area behind cabinets a hidden pantry...I could definitely work with this layout!

me encata qie la persona cocnando puede ver a sus invitados y tambien open space concept

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A striking contemporary minimalist kitchen with central island and sleek in design.  The kitchen has an open plan dining area and has a bright sunny aspect owing to its large sky lights and sliding glass doors which open onto the garden.

A striking contemporary minimalist kitchen with central island and sleek in design. The kitchen has an open plan dining area and has a bright sunny aspect owing to its large sky lights and sliding glass doors which open onto the garden.

Open kitchen to living room and dining room to living room with just a small focal wall between (no stairs)

Open kitchen to living room and dining room to living room with just a small focal wall between (no stairs)

Not entirely sure but the idea of placing a beam to separate the lounge and the kitchen/diner might be a good idea as it would give some impression of space and distinction between the two areas.

Not entirely sure but the idea of placing a beam to separate the lounge and the kitchen/diner might be a good idea as it would give some impression of space and distinction between the two areas.

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