Ways To Make Your Kitchen Feel More Open

Ways To Make Your Kitchen Feel More Open

There are dozens of different kitchen designs you can use in your home to create a beautiful and highly functioning space. However, a lot of those designs unfortunately make the room seem closed off. That’s why you should learn some ways to make your kitchen feel more open.

Open Your Cabinets

One of the first things you can do is open your cabinets to create more visual space. Either removing your cabinet doors or installing glass doors can create a more open space. It all depends on the look you want in your kitchen and what fits the theme.

Use Lighter Colors

Dark colors can create an oppressive atmosphere that makes the room seem smaller than it is. That’s why picking lighter colors for your room can make your kitchen feel larger. However, you should hire professional interior painters to avoid any mistakes when repainting.

Reflective Materials

Adding reflective materials and surfaces to your kitchen can give the illusion of more space. From reflective pots and pans to appliances, a lot of surfaces can reflect light in your kitchen to give the illusion of more space.

Declutter Your Kitchen

You can open up your kitchen by decluttering. Large and bulky appliances can eat up space, so try switching to smaller models. Additionally, decluttering your kitchen can make more room for the essentials. Try putting everything away to clear up counter space to make your kitchen seem larger. This is one of the easiest tricks you can use to make your kitchen seem bigger and more open than it is.

This is how you can create a kitchen you feel welcome in with extra room and visual space. By using these tricks, you can transform your kitchen into a beautiful place that’s comfortable to cook in.

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Sue Baxter

Susie Young Baxter, CEO, has published PanoramaNOW Magazine for 31 years. Her hobbies are Camping, Boating, Hiking, Nature, Gardening and Outdoor Activities. She is an Artist, Graphic Designer, an Avid Seamstress, Dabbles in Homemade Crafts and Landscaping. Since her Father was a Health Teacher, she also likes homeopathic Health Solutions. Since blogging started over 10 years ago, PanoramaNow has been added to Newsbreak – a national news affiliate.

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Sue Baxter

Susie Young Baxter, CEO, has published PanoramaNOW Magazine for 31 years. Her hobbies are Camping, Boating, Hiking, Nature, Gardening and Outdoor Activities. She is an Artist, Graphic Designer, an Avid Seamstress, Dabbles in Homemade Crafts and Landscaping. Since her Father was a Health Teacher, she also likes homeopathic Health Solutions. Since blogging started over 10 years ago, PanoramaNow has been added to Newsbreak - a national news affiliate.