Let’s try something different: a kitchen and dining area to share
Step into a communal kitchen that does it all. Filled with laughter, flavours and personal touches, it’s still a practical, hard-working space with all the equipment and room needed to get the dinner party started.
Making space for everyone
Conflicting timetables and dietary requirements can often make a communal kitchen a difficult space to manage. Not here! A cooking roster means everyone plays an equal part and designated drawers and shelves give each housemate a section to fill with their own treats.
Chop, sizzle and spice
Is there anything quite as lovely as arriving home after a long day to something delicious bubbling or baking away in the kitchen? Home to three keen cooks, this kitchen is used to its full potential and coming from such different parts of the world, there is always a new set of flavours to be discovered in their spice rack.
Down to the very last fork
While hooks, rails and freshly cut flowers make for a relaxed, loved and lived-in look, every item has a designated home. Drawer organisers give crockery and cutlery a permanent address, kitchen trolleys get wheeled around, and clear glass storage containers mean leftovers are always packed away and nothing gets forgotten at the back of the fridge.
“In a smaller space, something as simple as an UTRUSTA pull-out work surface can change the game. There when you need it, hidden away when you don’t.”
Mix it all together
In this home, the kitchen flows seamlessly into the dining area, making for an open, social space. So, no matter whose turn it is to be on kitchen duty, they can still be part of the early evening fun while simultaneously cooking up a feast.
Season with pinches of personality
Living with others is about so much more than a physical space: it means sharing parts of yourself, your history and the things that bring you joy. Here, they’ve intermingled their tastes and belongings for all to see that this is not just a shared apartment – this is very much a home.