An open concept kitchen is becoming a top favorite for many due to how inviting and easy to decorate it can be. However, creating a concept that is inviting and brings in the rest of your décor is a bit more difficult- which is where we come into play. We have put together a guide on how to help you create a seamless approach towards your open concept kitchen.
It’s all in the Details
When it comes to an open concept kitchen, the main focus should be in the details. You want to choose furniture and materials that are multifunctional, unique yet with a unified appeal. The idea is to have charming elements that add an extra dose to the room without creating a cluttered touch.
Perfect for a more laidback appeal consider having a blend of indoor and outdoor décor to bring a sleek approach to the room. Whether your kitchen meets your living room or your dining room the key is having a blend of both while still being minimal. You want to add signature outdoor elements such as plants, a hanging chair, and bold colors to truly bring forth that seamless appeal.
Working with an open concept kitchen means that you know you will bring together two decorating styles in order to bring one unified look. In order to do that you want to use the same color palette, similar textures, and comparable light fixtures so the room feels united throughout.
If your living room sits directly in front of your kitchen, consider adding a cozy, cohesive appeal. To do that you want to use intimate elements such as colorful throw pillows and add them. The key is matching them with the décor that is already displayed in the kitchen, including your island stools.
Shrink your Island
If you have a smaller kitchen and dining area space, consider shrinking your island. The smaller your island is the more put together and grander the room will feel. Essentially, you want your island to appear less bold in order to allow the two spaces to blend beautifully together.
Similar yet Different
Not all open concept kitchens need to blend with the rest of your home, but they should have a similar approach. In order to do this, you want to use similar materials, that offer a slight difference without taking away from the room. You want to keep a similar direction in the open space yet have that diverse touch that takes away from how similar the two are.
Minimal & Simple
Minimalism is very much on trend and that includes keeping your décor simple. Add only the necessary elements in both areas of the room to have a compromise between. Furthermore, you want the room to feel crisp, clean, and effortless even when it is an open floor plan with multifunctional areas.
Pop of Color
Choose one color and make it the main focus of the room- having this feature allows you to add a contemporary approach. You want to use bold hues that work with the décor you already have. Consider your pop of color as the main staple in both rooms for that well put together approach.
The bolder you are with your décor the grander the room will feel. You want to create a creative space that showcases both your decorating style and your personality. Having the showcase of both allows you to work with what you have while adding a charming approach.
Your open concept kitchen might need just need a few decorative pieces to come back to life and blend with your current décor. Please share with us what decorative elements you are most interested in adding.