I wrote two articles recently Are Oak Long Bar and Kitchen Are Coming Up With living rooms of the Future, which led me to wonder if living rooms may easily be the most important room of the home. I discussed this with decorators, kitchen designers, architects, realtors, editors and friends both in and out of the structure business to listen to their thoughts.
Oak Long Bar and Kitchen were to cook. Everyone has memories of our mothers (in some cases the daddy or both dad and mom) slaving over the stove, working tirelessly over countertops, preparing delicious, filling and nutritious meals that the family enjoyed and savored together. In some instances children were advised to keep from the kitchen mother's workspace %u2013 so that mother could prep and cook. In many instances children were motivated to join and discover ale cooking, the joy of preparing a family or holiday meal together, thus creating true memories a person can have. Kitchens aren't sedate and quiet rooms. They're rooms filled up with energy, aroma and texture. These folks were made up of an objective, one purpose in mind. They were intended to be utilitarian spaces.
With much less importance being paid to split up living and dining areas in today's modern days, the importance appears to be almost solely dedicated to your home space. Much attention is being paid for the room's layout, design and functionality. You may still find those that will argue and explain how their living and dining room areas do matter greatly, even when they are only used once or twice annually. Again, point about this is reflective on lifestyle.
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