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Tips for Combining Kitchen and Dining Room

Saturday, November 17th 2012. | Dining Room, Kitchen

Those who only have a small house can go for combining kitchen and dining room. Kitchen is considered as a place where you can cook your favorite meals.

On the other hand, dining room is the place where you can eat your favorite food any time you want. Having both rooms combined into one space is ideal to perceive in a small house. You can enjoy many benefits by combining both rooms since the food can be prepared on the dining table easily and quickly. There is no need for you to walk in far distance when placing and setting the food on the table.

You just need to use creativity when you like combining kitchen and dining room. The elements in the rooms like appliances, table, utensils, cabinet and wall should not be the barrier for you. You can deliver the illusion of a bigger space if you can play with bright color. You should avoid clutter since it can make your room look tight and small. If you want to display your favorite china, you can set a buffet or even sideboard on the combining room. The wall space in the area can be used for additional storage space.

If you need to place some kitchen utensils, you can install hooks. The dining table can be used for cutting and preparing the food. You can make it look chic by covering the table with plain table top. The chair should be in sleek and streamlined accent to save the space. The table can feature additional storage space like drawers that you can set to save other items. The functional items like coffee maker, blender, mixer and toaster can be stored on inside the cabinet. You can take the item out when you need it. Thus, combining kitchen and dining room will be fun and functional.

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