Indian Semi-Open Kitchen Design For Cooking, Chatting And Covering
A semi-open kitchen Design has several benefits for Indian homeowners. And our expert-approved designs show you how to make the most of this type of kitchen layout. Semi-open kitchens are a great way to save space. While still keeping the cooking area well-ventilated and open to the rest of the house. This type of kitchen is also perfect for entertaining guests. As it allows you to socialize while still being able to prepare food without feeling too cramped.
A semi-open kitchen is a great compromise for those who want the airy feeling of a modern open kitchen, but need the privacy of a traditional closed Indian kitchen. With a semi-open kitchen design, you can have the best of both worlds. This type of kitchen follows a three-wall layout, with the fourth wall being replaced by a partition panel, breakfast counter, or translucent door. This offers some privacy while still allowing plenty of light and air into the cooking space. This kitchen design is perfect for those who want to have more control over their cooking situation – you can cook without interruption, work in a well-ventilated and lit space, keep your dirty dishes and messes are hidden away, and entertain guests without them having free rein of the kitchen. This highly functional and practical design works well in Indian households. If you’re looking for a semi-open kitchen design that will work in your home, check out these great designs by our Interior Designers in Coimbatore
Semi-Open Kitchen with Breakfast Counter
The G-shaped kitchen design is perfect for those who want a semi-open kitchen because it allows you to easily interact with guests while you’re cooking. This kitchen style features a raised dining counter with overhead cabinets that help to restrict the view of the kitchen so that guests can’t see any mess. The abundance of cabinets also allows you to keep any mess away from plain sight. Therefore, this design is practical when you want to work in your kitchen and entertain guests at the same time.
Modern Semi-Open Parallel Kitchen Design
Compact homes usually go for a parallel kitchen layout with an extra long countertop on one side, and practical storage solutions on the other. This type of kitchen is often quite narrow, so it’s open on one side only. The lack of space offers less scope for multiple people to access the kitchen at once, which in turn provides more privacy. A big advantage of this design is how the kitchen extends into the pantry through a door – a well-designed space indeed. If you don’t have room for a pantry, this can even be a wall with built-in storage options. This semi-open kitchen design is perfect for anyone who wants to make the most of their space. Explore more parallel modular kitchen designs to find the right one for your home.
Charming Foldable Glass Door Kitchen For A Balanced View
This design is a balanced solution for those who don’t want guests to feel unwelcome in any space of their home but wish to cook without being in the spotlight. A foldable glass door with a metal frame like wrought iron not only gives the kitchen a sophisticated look but is also like a front-row ticket to the proceedings. Keep the door closed or slightly open to give your guests a subtle hint to watch or communicate from the home gallery — your living room.
A Half Glass Door For Restricted Kitchen View
This kitchen design is a popular choice in Indian homes, as it blends the concepts of an open and closed kitchen well. You typically see this type of design in Kerala homes, where the kitchen is designed using wood. The closed-door offers privacy for the hosts while the translucent glass on top allows them to take a sneak peek at guests. The viewing section, in some cases like the design below, can be a mix of frosted and patterned glass – giving guests a quick glimpse into the kitchen too.
Semi-Open Kitchen Design With Front-Facing Countertop
This design is inspired by the G-shaped island kitchen. The main difference here is the placement of the cooktop, which allows for a semi-open kitchen that’s connected to the living room. This has two benefits: you get to catch up on what’s happening in the living room. And guests would rather face you as you cook than talk to you while standing behind. This is ideal for those who prefer to engage with guests without them stepping inside the kitchen sanctuary. Another interesting detail is that the chimney obscures the kitchen view for those in the hall. The cabinets in CG Interiors modular kitchens are designed to make the best use of available space, providing ample storage and organization options for the kitchen.
Classic Pink Kitchen Designs For A Refreshing Home Makeover
Make your kitchen work for you with our pink kitchen designs. With an updated layout and color scheme, you’ll love spending time in your favorite house room.
If you’re looking for a kitchen makeover that will inspire you to get in the kitchen and start cooking. Look no further than these stunning pink kitchen designs. From sleek and modern to romantic and shabby chic. There’s sure to be a design that catches your eye and makes you want to start planning your own pink kitchen makeover. So what are you waiting for? Get inspired and start planning your dream kitchen today!
A Straight Pink Kitchen With A Kitchen Island
If you’re on the lookout for a pink kitchen design. You know how challenging it can be to find one that’s just perfect. But we’ve found one that we think you’ll love – it’s a straight kitchen in a pastel pink design. Complete with a stunning kitchen island. If you have a compact 1 or 2-BHK home, this is the ideal kitchen for you. With an island, you’ll have plenty of extra storage space in the kitchen.
We love how the pantry space in this kitchen perfectly blends into the rest of the kitchen space. It’s a decor enthusiast’s dream come true. The subtle addition of indoor plants and pendant lighting. As well as an art frame on the accent wall, makes this one kitchen that you won’t want to leave.
A Terracotta Pink L-Shaped Kitchen With Breakfast Counter For Two
If you’re a newlywed couple searching for a kitchen. That is not only accommodating but also efficient with practical features like a breakfast counter. This terracotta pink kitchen might be the one for you. This L-shaped kitchen has white modular cabinets including space. For an oven and refrigerator as well as overhead cabinets providing additional storage.