Open Plan vs Separate Kitchen
If you have young children, an open plan kitchen allows you to keep an eye on any little ones. The double storey link home, Oak may just be your best choice. Taman Meru Mentari is another home that has an open plan kitchen designed with openness and connectivity in mind, perfect for those who prefer to host family gatherings at home. With this layout, you’ll no longer be confined to your kitchen away from the action. Benefit from large windows and add an extractor fan or cooker hood to easily to keep cooking odours out. Separate Wet Kitchen If you are one to cook heavy or favour chilli sambal belacan meals, a separate wet kitchen may just be the one for you. Close the door behind you and the strong aromas stay in the kitchen. One of the greatest advantages of a separate wet kitchen, where you don’t have to look at the dirty dishes….until you wash them. Double storey link home, Olive comes with a defined kitchen and dining area, where you can hide all your dishes and utensils in the kitchen and enjoy your elegant dinner. Our kitchen is more than just a cooking space, this spacious separated wet kitchen in Aspen integrates an island for the family to gather around and share their passion for food and entertain guests. The semi-detached home, Ixora comes with a dry kitchen paired with a wet kitchen where friends and family can mingle over at the dry kitchen while you prepare for dinner in the wet kitchen. The design is both beneficial for visual and functional. So which do you prefer, an open plan kitchen or a separate wet kitchen and dining? Both designs have their pros and cons, depending on your lifestyle priorities. If you like these designs then check out our latest collection of show homes here or contact our sales team at 012-500 8018 to book your private show home tour. Our show homes are open daily from 10am – 6pm.