Open Up the Space
One of the very first steps you can do to change up the layout of your kitchen is to open it up. While most of us keep the area closed off, it is a great idea to open it up and give it a more modern appeal. Doing so makes the room feel bigger and even evolved a bit.
Bring a Focal Point
Whether you have it as part of your wall, or as your island, you want to bring a focal point to your layout. Having a focal point allows you to expand on the room and give it character while still being put together and cohesive. Additionally, it’s a smart way of changing your layout without actually doing much.
Incorporate your Dining Table
While most of us have separate dining areas, some people do not and that is okay. The key to bringing a new layout is incorporating your dining table in the kitchen and giving it its own spotlight. Furthermore, you want to make sure the dining table blends in with your current décor.
Shift Your Color
Another form of changing your layout is shifting where your color is placed. Many only display color as part of their cabinetry or island. However, when you’re working on shifting what you already have, remain focus on bringing others in other areas that have little to no texture.
Keep it Simple
Your layout does not need to consist of 6 different colors, 5 different patterns, and 3 different bold appliances. Instead, you can have everything you need while keeping it minimal and cohesive. In order to simplify yet bring a new layout, keep the room airy and open yet cohesive with what you have.
Now on to chic yet functional layouts. More families are seeking to have multifunctioning kitchen layouts as a staple in their home. It allows them to not only share time with their loved ones but allows them to get some work done at the same time. With that being said, a work triangle consists of having your main appliances facing the kitchen island. This allows the room to feel more interactive and put together.