Should you opt for Open Plan?
Open Plan Living
It is generally agreed that open plan kitchen diners offer a modern means of opening up a property, making it appear more spacious and aesthetically grand.
But should you always opt for open plan? Here, we consider the benefits of having doors in your home so you can think about the advantages and disadvantages of going open plan.
Firstly, if you’ve got young children, doors kindly give the chance to have a little escape when you need it. It may mean your children can have a play designated area, while you have a relaxing space to keep everyone happy!
Although, having doors may mean that you need to glance through a doorway or walkthrough to keep an eye on them, you may feel more relaxed knowing that ‘play’ rooms and ‘calmer’ rooms are separated.
It is also nice to know that you can shut the door on certain hazards, like knives in the kitchen, to keep your children safe while they are in the house.
What’s more, doors can keep the heat in for a warmer feel to the interior of your house. It can also be useful to shut the door on cooking smells from the kitchen.
That said, open plan can have a number of benefits and appeal to a wide range of people. Open plan could potentially add value to your home.
Why Choose The Country Hardwood Joinery?
Whether you house is open plan or otherwise, all of the products from Country Hardwood are about quality, luxury and longevity. We use the finest timber and oak hardwoods in all of our manufacturing alongside a mixture of CNC machining and hand finishes with experienced craftsmen. Every product goes through a rigorous quality control process to ensure you receive a product that exceeds your expectations.