Most families around the world traditionally separate kitchens and dining rooms. However, for many of us living in smaller homes, this is hard to do. Fear not, for combined kitchen & dining rooms will save the day!
1. A kitchen-dining room in neo-classical style
A dining room in front of a kitchen without being separated by walls will make it more spacious and airier. You can consider to use deep-toned furniture contrasted with white walls to bring about a casual and modern vibe.
2. A creation with pendant lights
Walls are old-school. Why not separate your kitchen and dining room by pendant lights? Using pendant lights not only helps to save space, but also brighten up the space and gives a relaxing atmosphere.
3. Tables keep spaces open!
Still want to separate both areas, but keeping the kitchen open and spacious? A dining table will do it. You could place the table against the wall, to make your table a peninsula bar which is suitable for family or friend get-togethers.
4. Dining table in the kitchen
Have a spacious kitchen and dining area? Great. U-shaped cabinets and wall-mounted furniture can help to ensure sufficient movement space so you can still open and close cabinets with ease.