In a house or in an apartment, we like the kitchen open to the living room or the dining room. A real charm asset, the open kitchen corresponds to our current lifestyles. Whether you have a small or large surface, fear not, the kitchen opens everywhere! Better still, it allows the space to be enlarged, offering interesting perspectives, and above all it invites conviviality. If you are seduced by the principle, here are 50 open kitchens that are beautiful, functional, and convivial. Stock up on ideas for fitting out your future open kitchen!
Open plan kitchen with dining area
In this apartment in Malmö, southern Sweden, guests wanted to keep the kitchen furniture which was in very good condition. The dining room acts as an extension to the work plan. A bright and spacious set, open to the living room.
A partition wall and a dining table in the kitchen
Duck blue and light woodwork together perfectly in this open kitchen. The dining table can also be used as a work plan. Also open to the living room and visually delimited by fencing, the room is bright and warm.
A discreet kitchen open to the living-dining room
In this Parisian apartment, the kitchen has been redesigned to be introduced into the living room. Composed of white Ikea boxes and facades, it nevertheless blends discreetly into the shabby chic style of the composition.
A kitchen that opens onto the living room with large glass roofs
To measure the space of this living room, a kitchen has been installed inside it. Only a glass roof separates the kitchen-dining area from the living room. This opening onto the living room is modern and allows light to enter.
A large wooden kitchen with a dining room opening onto a courtyard
The interior designers of the Transition Interior Design agency have imagined the kitchen as a convivial space. Thus, they installed the kitchen and the dining room there. This space opens onto a courtyard. Ideal for family meals, in winter as in summer.
A wooden kitchen open to the dining room
This kitchen opens directly onto the dining room and the living room. The living space is warm thanks to its light wood materials and the rattan very present in the decoration, but also design, with its modern lighting and its side table in the shape of a face.
An open-plan living room with a dining area
The layout of this living room has been completely redesigned to create a spacious and bright room. The wall that separated this surface was destroyed, to create a kitchen open to the dining room. Two rooms in one, for more space and light.
A dining room in a minimalist kitchen
Brice Bourdon, the interior designer of the agency Les Murs ont des ears, wanted to create a kitchen open to the dining room. Black and gray tones bring elegance to the room. The splashback and cupboards are made of wood, for a warmer feel. Minimalist and bright, this space has dual functionality.
A kitchen separated from the dining room by a glass roof
The water green and pastel colors of this kitchen give it the air of a holiday home . The glass roof allows a direct opening onto the dining room. This makes it easier for light to enter the room. No partitions and more perspective, to take advantage of the space in its entirety.
A dining kitchen with blue fittings
The kitchen, renovated by the former owners several years ago, was fitted with storage integrated into the partitions. The old chimney flues allow today, to optimize the arrangements: dishes and utensils are stored there. The bluish color of the furniture and the designer table offers a modern decoration.
An open living room including wooden kitchen and living room
In this 80 m2 located on the 6th floor of a Parisian building, the kitchen has been completely redesigned, so that it opens onto the dining room. Only a custom-made wooden bookcase acts as a separation from the living room.
A made-to-measure kitchen open to the dining room
This made-to-measure kitchen has been able to adapt to the space that has been dedicated to it. Shades of blue and graphic patterns create continuity between the two kitchen and dining areas.
A duck blue kitchen open to the dining room
In this family apartment, the kitchen blends in completely with the decor. Entirely open to the dining room and the living room, it is adorned with a total blue look that it adapts to the rest of the furniture. Only a central granite island acts as a separation. A friendly kitchen, which opens onto the living room.
A modern living room with kitchen and dining room
The old kitchen having been transformed into an office, it is in the dining room that the architect, Stéphanie Michel-Girard, decided to install the new one. Adorned with midnight blue, wood, and a marble splashback, it adapts completely to the atmosphere of the dining room and the living room. An open kitchen, for a very modern look.
A bright kitchen that opens onto the dining room
The owners of this pied-à-Terre located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, wish to create a large living room with an open-plan kitchen near the seven-meter-long facade to enjoy from the view over Paris. The dining room is therefore close to the kitchen, in neutral colors.
A functional facade open to the living room
In this apartment completely renovated by the architects of Hoch Studio, the central element is the kitchen open to the living room. Its worktable serves as a dining area. All the spaces are around the kitchen. In this way, the functional facade integrates both the kitchen and the access to the bedrooms, hallway, dressing room, hall, and WC.
A designer kitchen open to a vintage dining room
This kitchen layout project is an Italian design that has been chosen with white furniture, glossy lacquer finish to reflect the daylight. A central island serves both as a worktop and a convivial dining area. The open kitchen contrasts with the dining room, in a more vintage style with its wooden furniture.
A kitchen and a dining room of a renovated old house
The interior designer Amélie Collard, took advantage of the space in length to add the dining room to this kitchen. The two spaces coexist in shades of black and pink. Both spacious and functional, the surface has been perfectly optimized.
View of the dining kitchen with a central island and a dining room
The architect Hélène Paoli wanted to create a room dedicated to the kitchen and dining area. By bringing the two together, we obtain a warm and friendly space. The materials such as the marble of the central island and the splashback contrast with the velvet of the chairs, for modern decoration.
A kitchen part of the continuity of the living room
The contrast between the materials of the worktop and the kitchen creates a light industrial and modern atmosphere. Open to the living room, the kitchen is located in continuity. The moving splashback gives depth to the room.
View of the garden for this kitchen open to the dining room
The interior designers, Margaux Meza and Carla Lopez, from the Transition Interior Design agency, have installed the dining room near the kitchen so that it can benefit from the pleasant view to the outside.
A discreet and minimalist kitchen that opens onto the dining room
In this single man’s apartment, the kitchen was not a priority. It is therefore discreet and opens directly onto the living room while retaining the storage elements necessary for daily well-being. The good decoration idea: the mouse gray storage wall that runs on either side of the room, what a cachet!
A kitchen open to the dining room, raw and authentic
In the house of the artist couple Olivier Kuntzel and Florence Deygas, the open kitchen is in harmony with the dining room. The owners installed a 1900 earthenware stove and a mantle of glass and rusty metal that adorns the piping. Vintage school chairs surround the large, country-style dining table. The whole thing is almost time traveling!
An open kitchen but as discreet as possible
In this apartment in the Marais, the architect Camille Hermand imagined a large and beautiful living room, with an open kitchen. To make it as discreet as possible in view of its location – in the entrance – the pro has masked its technical characteristics and transformed it into an art gallery … Well done!
Opening of the kitchen to the dining room and the living room
To meet their clients’ desires for space, the interior designers of AdC l’Atelier d’à Côté have broken down the old bar that separated the kitchen from the living room to create a real open kitchen, and install the dining room between the two spaces.
A retro-style kitchen that opens onto the living room
During the renovation of this millstone, the interior designers knocked down a partition to open the kitchen onto the living room, and thus gain in fluidity and above all, in conviviality. A visual separation marks the kitchen area, with the installation of a bar and a cement tile floor.
Deco correspondence between kitchen and dining room
Thanks to the materials and colors chosen, the interior designers of Spaces à rêve link the dining room to the kitchen a little more, in a chic and modern industrial atmosphere.
The interior glass roof offers new perspectives to the kitchen
In this apartment, the interior designer firm Ré-innovateurs Paris has mainly opened up space, in particular by hollowing out the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room to insert a canopy.
A kitchen open to the dining room in an extension
Stéphanie Lhermite, from the Marque de Fabrik agency, has updated this old farmhouse from the 1850s, rehabilitated in 1990. In addition to the work carried out, the decorator of the interior has installed a wooden extension in which it housed the kitchen, open to the dining room. Result: more than 50 m2 and a really bright interior.
This bright kitchen has contemporary lines
This modern and refined kitchen is located in a family house renovated by the architect Mélanie Lallemand Flucher. The partition of this bright kitchen contains storage space as well as a niche on one side and a kitchen cupboard on the other whose asymmetrical facade is inspired by the works of the artist Mondrian.
A semi-open kitchen with glass roof
In this house, a half-height industrial-style bay window separates the dining room from the kitchen without completely isolating the two spaces. This interior glass roof brings conviviality and luminosity to the kitchen, but also to the dining room. Totally won over by this configuration!
An open kitchen that extends into the living room
Appearing small, the kitchen is actually of a good size as it extends into the living room with plenty of storage space and a small dining area.
Amanda Sthers Country House Deco Kitchen
This wooden kitchen has been designed so that homeowners can cook while having a drink with their guests on the custom-made counter.
A small kitchen open to the living space
Composed of a single room, this loft-style apartment offers a small kitchen directly open to the dining room which is located in the center of the entire living space. No doubt, to benefit from the brightness without wasting space, this is the best configuration!
A semi-open kitchen to the dining area
In this house, the kitchen and the dining room form one and the same space. Only a white half-wall acts as separation, with the dining room and the hallway. The good idea: differentiate the floor to mark the spaces.
A designer open kitchen in a Haussmannian apartment
In this Parisian apartment, the owners have broken the codes of the Haussmann style and the closed kitchen by inviting the dining table in the same room. The owner has opted for strict and modern furniture lines that contrast with the traditional Hungarian point parquet.
With sliding doors, an open or closed kitchen, the choice is yours!
In this apartment, the kitchen can be shared with the dining room or disappear completely behind sliding doors in solid oak and opaline glass. A very good idea to separate or on the contrary open the kitchen at will!
A kitchen in harmony with the dining room
In this apartment located in the Marais in Paris, the kitchen and the dining room are one, despite a mix of decorative styles; the ultra-contemporary kitchen in brushed steel is installed in an ultra classic envelope with Versailles moldings and parquet.
A Bordeaux kitchen, a real decorative living room
In this brick-colored kitchen, a real living room, the copper table, and pendant were found in Bordeaux. The colorful and mismatched AM.PM stools. brighten up the room.
A kitchen with central island
The central brown granite worktop houses the technical part of the kitchen. It allows you to prepare the meal while interacting with your guests already seated around the dining table. The plus: it makes the transition between the kitchen and the reception area.
A half-open long kitchen
In this half-open kitchen to the dining room, a wall visually separates the two rooms. The kitchen is designed in length to leave room for circulation. In order not to create a visual break, the kitchen was done in the same tones as the rest of the apartment.
An XXL open kitchen with central island
In this open kitchen flooded with light, XXL worktops allow several people to cook. The large table can accommodate people. Here, conviviality is the watchword of the kitchen!
A reinterpreted Ikea kitchen
In this kitchen, the elements have been repainted in matte black. The handles have been changed to square knobs, Handle universe. Custom stainless steel worktop. 19th-century castle table found at the Paul Bert market. Mismatched chairs. Nothing like imagining your own cuisine to make it your own.
A kitchen with a long-organized dining room
In this Parisian apartment, the grandiose long kitchen benefits from a superb ceiling height of 4 meters. A dresser faces him. Between the two, a large table can accommodate many guests or a large family, despite the rather small width of the room.
A small immaculate kitchen open to the living room
This kitchen ingeniously opens onto the living room thanks to its absence of a door and its interior workshop-inspired glass roof. Despite its small dimensions, this kitchen has everything a big one since its immaculate white allows to give the illusion of depth.
A multifunction open kitchen
In this colorful living room, the bar is the central element serving as both a food preparation area, a dining area, and an office, depending on the time of day.
No loss of space with this hallway kitchen
Very practical, the design of the kitchen – backing onto both sides of a hallway – saves unnecessary movements and movements. A lighting system by integrated spots runs under the wall units. On the ground, a parquet with broad boards in stained and varnished fir.
In an apartment, a closely open kitchen
In this apartment with authentic charm, the bar is the link between the kitchen and the dining room.
A very functional semi-open kitchen with bar
In this house, the owners wanted an easy-going kitchen that was open to the living rooms. The long bar marks a separation between the dining area and the kitchen while providing a lot of conviviality. We vote for it!
A modern and colorful open kitchen
The owner wanted to benefit from a real open kitchen, but without exposing the possible mess related to the preparation of the meal in the eyes of her guests. She, therefore, imagined a bar from wall storage units, but placed on the floor, on a wooden base. Anesthetic and efficient solution! The favorite decorative touch: the kitchen wall painted in turquoise which instantly enhances the composition.