Buyers Want Cozy, Connected Kitchens: Home & Design: REALTOR® Magazine
The kitchen isn’t just for cooking. Today it’s used as a gathering place for families, a central work space, and an open area to pursue craft projects or entertain.
“Living room and family room activities are merging into the kitchen, and it’s changing how kitchens look,” says Susan Serra, a home designer in Huntington, N.Y., who specializes in kitchens. “Particularly as homes are getting smaller, we’re using the kitchen for much more than we have in the past. Home owners want a more versatile floor plan.”