If you have a view somewhere around the house and an opportunity to enjoy it, do it! Get this view for some of the rooms or at least one room and enjoy it all the time. Views are usually integrated into living rooms and bedrooms but I also love bathrooms and dining spaces with a view – they are always very special. A kitchen with a view is a more seldom occasion but still fantastic! Let’s take a look at some ways to frame this view in the best way possible in your kitchen.
A glazed wall or even several glazed walls are amazing for enjoying the views – garden, forest, mountain, any other that you have. Such a wall due to its seamless look creates a feel that you are already there and makes this scenery part of your kitchen look. If you add a glass door to this scenery, you will be to open your kitchen to outdoors. The only disadvantage I’d name is poor insulation – a frequent thing with extensive glazing, which can lead to heat leaks in the space in winter. Such an idea is widely used in contemporary, modern, minimalist and even wabi-sabi kitchens.
a minimalist white kitchen with concrete countertops, a glazed wall with an access to the terrace and a sea view that wows
a beautiful contemporary kitchen with sleek light-stained cabinets, white stone countertops, built-in lights and a glazed wall with garden views
a vintage farmhouse garden with white shaker style cabinets, black stone countertops, elegant lamps and glazed walls with garden views
a contemporary white kitchen with a dark countertop, a glazed wall with a view of the private garden and greenery
a pretty contemporary kitchen in white, with stained wood and a glazed wall that opens on a tropical garden
a cozy minimalist kitchen with stained sleek cabinets, stone countertops and a glazed wall to enjoy forest views
a modern farmhouse kitchen with neutral shaker style cabinets, a slate blue kitchen island, a glazed wall with garden views