This newly built house in Ghent, Belgium, is not just any home, and its interior welcomes one of the most original open concept kitchens we've seen in the life. Designed by the Dries Otten Interior Design Studio for a family with two children, the kitchen stands out for the use of color in blocks that are responsible for ingeniously dividing the different spaces, where the living room and dining room are also arranged.Related content The best Ikea hack we've seen so far The closet doors without handles are made of blue lacquered oak wood. driesotten
Being a newly built house, interior designers were afraid that the decoration would be too cold and tasteless, and raised the project with the aim of adding a touch of character that would make you think of a house with history, as if it had been standing for several decades and the design had evolved.
To get it, they gave a different finish to each part of the kitchen, and included a mobile area that could be used as a central island or as a bar for parties.Related content Say yes to open kitchens! driesotten
Since the kitchen and living room share the same space, interior designers chose to hide the oven. In this way, nobody would say that it is a kitchen with the naked eye.Related content Open kitchens rise like foam! The oven and microwave are hidden inside the green cabinet with golden knobs. Next to him, a flirty terrazzo countertop brings the contrast. driesotten The hexagonal tiled floor adds a lot of character to the atmosphere, and the windows overlooking the garden double the brightness of the space. driesotten In addition to combining colors, they also did the same with textures and finishes. driesotten
Expert Council: The team of interior designers always bets on combining expensive and economical materials in the same project. Thus, the former are used to highlight specific areas, and the latter are used as functional elements, realizing that getting a kitchen ten is not a matter of investing a fortune.