An open-plan kitchen can give you plenty of advantages, including the option to socialize while overlooking a meal while it cooks. However, there are both pros and cons to this setup, and we are going to go over a few of them in today's post, so read along with us for more information before you begin your kitchen remodeling.
Cabinets and more in an open kitchen
The open-plan kitchen may encourage interaction with those in the living room or dining room, which is just beyond your reach. Still, the downside to this is that you are more likely to get distracted by the added activity if you need to give your attention to a new recipe or large meal. Cabinets can be positioned to create a bit of a barrier, but they often are not enough to cancel light, sound, and peripheral movement that can capture your attention.
Countertops are often placed on wall-mounted cabinetry and large kitchen islands, which can also help create a stop between the kitchen and dining room areas. Even your flooring can help to make a stop between spaces, though this is not often recommended in the open-plan scheme, so contact us today for even more pros and cons about this setup.
Choose us for your kitchen remodeling
When you choose David Waller Interiors for your kitchen remodel, you will get the attention to detail you have always wanted. Our consultants will get to know your need, from start to finish, and then work to implement every level of service you need and the products they require.
If you are a resident of Port Orange, Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, New Smyrna Beach, or surrounding areas, be sure to visit us at our Port Orange, FL showroom location at your convenience. We will make sure you get the flooring, and any other service you need for a remodel you will enjoy for years to come.