Living Wall Another Sky, Interiors StudioTAB, Mumbai. Photographed by Nayan Soni
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7. Under-cabinet lightingWith all the prep work that our kind of cooking requires, it would be nice to get all that done under proper lighting. Often, lighting under the cabinets doubles as task lighting. It illuminates the countertop, so when you’re cooking concentrated light focuses on your workspace. In addition, task lighting can work as accent lighting too, by highlighting a pretty backsplash, thus improving the aesthetic appeal of your kitchen. 8 Kitchen Cabinet Lighting Ideas
Another way to upgrade the look of your home is by converting your closed kitchen into a semi-open or an open kitchen, like in this image. It is a great way to bring in a sense of openness and visually make the home look bigger. Structural changes may be required, though.5 ways to create a semi-open kitchen
4. Firm: StudioTAB A half-wall unifies this kitchen with the rest of the house and keeps conversation flowing. It also shows how to blend rustic elements like exposed brick walls and unfinished wooden surfaces with sleek modern cabinetry and appliances.
What is the difference between an open and a closed kitchen?A closed kitchen gives privacy and is demarcated from rest of the home by walls and a door. The open-plan kitchen knocks out barriers like walls and doors to unify the kitchen with common areas such as the dining and living areas to form a single large space. Open kitchens are interactive and they infuse an informal look to the home.