Posted on 18th October, 2020
The benefits of an open plan kitchen
Creating an open plan kitchen has many perks. From more space to a better flow, it can transform your home for the better.
To achieve open plan, you may need to knock down walls. This can sound scary but the benefits will far outweigh the fear. If you’re on the fence about this decision, this inspiration article may be the push you need. Not to mention provide stunning interior décor from our very own Ghyll House Farm.
Why pursue open plan?
The main benefit you will gain from an open plan kitchen is space. By knocking through from the existing kitchen and reception room, space almost doubles in size. A larger room gives you the opportunity to accentuate space with a better designed kitchen. Most open plan kitchens allow for an island which can be a breakfast bar amongst extra storage.
It’s miscommunication to this open plan kitchens require large houses. They are in fact ideal for smaller properties to utilise space far better than partitioned rooms.
An open plan kitchen allows for more social surroundings. A breakfast bar on an island provides the ideal focal point for friends and family to gather round to eat. Whatever the time of day. Depending on the size of the room, an open plan kitchen can also feature a snug area for visitors to sit whilst you prepare food – without missing out on conversation!
An open plan kitchen offers a blank canvas to build your dream kitchen. They are more aesthetically pleasing with unlimited of options of style. A favourite of ours is the Ghyll House Farm kitchen as shown in the image below. A traditional styled kitchen with luxury fittings and details.
- Natural Light
A huge benefit of open plan is the possibility of acquiring more natural light. Typically, homeowners opt for floor to ceiling windows or bifold doors which flood the room with light. This also aids as an optical illusion by making your kitchen seem much bigger and brighter.
If knocking down walls isn’t on your radar, we have the perfect property for you. Our Ghyll House Farm development is located in Horsham, West Sussex. Surrounded by rolling hills, picturesque scenery and a stunning open plan kitchen.
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