The open kitchen layout is the modern floor plan. An open-concept home combines the living room, kitchen, and sometimes the dining room into one large space. With a new home builder like Ameri-Star Homes, you can customize the layout according to your tastes and needs. Does the closed kitchen layout appeal to you more? Are you unsure which you’d like to choose? Here’s an overall comparison of the open vs. closed kitchen layout.
The open kitchen layout positions the kitchen area on one side or corner of the room and the living room and sometimes dining room in the rest of the area. You will see no walls separating the different zones. What is there to love about this design?
The closed kitchen layout has walls and a door separating it from the rest of the house. If there is no door, it will still be a relatively normal-sized entrance with walls closing it off. This design is more common in older homes, when people wished to keep cooking messes hidden from guests. What is there to love about the closed kitchen layout?
You don’t have to choose between an open vs. closed kitchen layout. You can implement features that separate the zones without closing them off completely, such as a sunken living room, French or folding doors, and two-way bookshelves.
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