There are some homes that don’t have separate kitchen and dining room areas. And some homeowners like to add the dining area kitchen. Although thinking about a practical idea to achieve that is not easy. There are some instructions to do that in an effective way.
The layout: You need to design a functional layout to create a kitchen and dining room combo. The Corral is a type of kitchen one type of layout that can be used. It is always used for an open layout that combines kitchen and dining area.
Furniture size: Consider the size of your furniture when creating a kitchen-dining room combo. You can choose round dining table or extendable tables and small armless chairs that can place under the table when no one is eating.
Floor Plans: Use Open floor plans to make a kitchen and dining room combination. And it also helps in making space looks larger than it actually is.
Accessories: Add accessories that will make each area look as a separate room.
If you don’t like “open floor plan” kitchen and dining room or your budget doesn’t allow installing it. You still have design alternatives to combine those two parts in a practical way.
• Measure your kitchen and dining room accurately. Then Write down these measurements on a paper. Buy many sheets of vellum paper and lay one sheet on the floor plan and tape two sheets together. Now you are able to see your floor plan lines through the vellum. By using the vellum paper, try to replace large fixtures to see different design concepts.
• Follow the practical design principles. For example, the perfect kitchens employ magic triangle in terms of the place of the sink, the stove, and the refrigerator. They should be placed close to each other. Place the refrigerators in a location that allows at least 24 inches of clearance to create a path in the kitchen.
• Opt for floors, cabinets, counters, and tile than consistent with trends and match your design.
• Place the dining room beside a major doorway to the kitchen to avoid carrying hot food for ling time while moving from the stove to the table.
• Connect the two areas visually by taking a material, color or design style from the kitchen and use it in the dining room.