The hidden kitchen is a clever trend which has become even more popular in the last couple of years. Imagine a luxurious open-plan space with ample storage and a cool streamlined design. Behind clever pocket doors is your fully functioning kitchen, conveniently located in one area. You can close it away when not in use, making the most of all your space.
Another major benefit of a hidden kitchen is that you can simply close off the clutter and dirty dishes and make the rest of the space feel clear and serene. I don’t know about you but I’m sold! Our house is manic in the mornings. There are lots of different types of breakfast to prepare and packed lunches to make. Then there are tea, coffee, juice and there often isn’t the time before work to clear everything away.
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Featured image: Another view of the project above from kitchen expert Daniel Gold and designer Danila Di Andrea at Tiles & Baths Direct. Featuring pocket doors, they finished the kitchen unit, from Italian company Cesar via Tiles & Baths Direct, in Plumbeo structured matt lacquer. Interior design, Saadi Homes.Photography: Paul Craig.