Reuniting In A Multi-Functional Kitchen Design
2020 has been a mixed bag of emotions, hasn’t it?
In the middle of a global crisis, a lot of good has surfaced.
Families have reunited and reconnected, and a lot of it has happened in the kitchen.
Even though we were encouraged to go out again in August, many of us have fallen back in love with staying in.
Unsurprisingly, this has shaped the future of kitchen design.
We’re tearing down walls, opening up rooms and creating social spaces that are so inviting, we don’t want to leave!
It’s a requirement now that kitchens are for far more than just cooking and cleaning, and thanks to some creative kitchen design developments, they are quickly rising to this challenge.
So, if you’re considering investing in a multi-functional space for 2020, here are some kitchen design tips to consider:
Kitchen islands with seating are a versatile addition to a multi-functional space. People gravitate towards them at parties, but it’s also the perfect place for a meal in a hurry or overseeing the children’s homework.
A sofa will instantly add a sense of relaxation to the room, but if you don’t have space, an armchair is also a really great touch.
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Since lockdown, many of us are now working from home on a more permanent basis. We’re seeing some fascinating adaptations to living areas that include fold-down desks and cupboards that house offices!
Cupboards can hide all sorts of excellent kitchen additions, from ironing spaces to breakfast stations and more recently even bars.
At Butlers, we love creating multi-functional spaces that bring the whole family together effortlessly, and we’ve lots of ideas about how to make that happen.
Contact Butlers Kitchens for Multi-Functional Kitchen Design
If you’re thinking of going open-plan, but don’t know where to start, pop into our kitchen showroom or arrange a call, we’d be more than happy to help.
Call us on 01244 732 990 or you can book an appointment online here.