The old kitchen was surround by walls with small door openings. Such a design made the space look and feel cramped. The fixed vent and drainage pipes within one of those walld also posed a challenge when transforming the segregated kitchen into an open concept kitchen.
This solution proposes to completely remove all the walls but leave the vent and pipes intact. Instead of treating them as obstacles, they can be used as a focal point of the new space. The vent and drainage pipes can be wrapped with natural finished wood that blends into the cabinets of the new island. Without the division walls, the island can extend right into the former dining space and turns into a bar that could seat 5-7. The cabinets are also extended across the entire wall to increase storage space and improve the flow. The new dining room can house a table that seats 5-7. Even though the dining and living area are now smaller, but the better integration of the kitchen-dining-living space makes the entirety of the space feel larger then before. White cabinets, minimalist furniture, and gentle lighting fixtures will enhance the open feeling even more.
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