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    Another mundane thread ....
    Saw some 2+1 , and even some ph, open kitchen concept.
    Frankly, how u do cooking without fouling up the whole house
    Dun tell me everyday eat salad..
    Studio,1 bedder open kitchen ok, but 2 bedder and beyond ,
    Should have full kitchen

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    get a good cooker hood to extract fumes to the outside. mine is an open kitchen. using such a set up. still will have some fumes but not that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    Another mundane thread ....
    Saw some 2+1 , and even some ph, open kitchen concept.
    Frankly, how u do cooking without fouling up the whole house
    Dun tell me everyday eat salad..
    Studio,1 bedder open kitchen ok, but 2 bedder and beyond ,
    Should have full kitchen
    ID..can install sliding glass doors .. but yeah extra cost..

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    No zhi zhar style cooking.
    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    Another mundane thread ....
    Saw some 2+1 , and even some ph, open kitchen concept.
    Frankly, how u do cooking without fouling up the whole house
    Dun tell me everyday eat salad..
    Studio,1 bedder open kitchen ok, but 2 bedder and beyond ,
    Should have full kitchen

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    If you grill lamb chops or saba fish, the whole place will smell like a foodcourt for a week. No amount of air fresheners will help as the smell permeates into the fabric of the furniture and I suspect even the walls.

    Haha... but I do like the concept of an open kitchen though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktkt22
    Another mundane thread ....
    Saw some 2+1 , and even some ph, open kitchen concept.
    Frankly, how u do cooking without fouling up the whole house
    Dun tell me everyday eat salad..
    Studio,1 bedder open kitchen ok, but 2 bedder and beyond ,
    Should have full kitchen
    Grand Duchess at St. Patrick's Rd has a very good open kitchen concept. There's a dry kitchen with a sink outside, which is separated by a sliding glass door from the wet kitchen inside, where there also is a bigger sink + exhaust hood etc. Have a look when you have the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howgozit
    If you grill lamb chops or saba fish, the whole place will smell like a foodcourt for a week. No amount of air fresheners will help as the smell permeates into the fabric of the furniture and I suspect even the walls.

    Haha... but I do like the concept of an open kitchen though.
    At the rate we are know, i doubt these young couples would even know how to cook...

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    False ceilings in living room usually nowadays.
    Costly to put sliding door, going to look ugly too, i tink.
    Correct me if i m wrong
    Quote Originally Posted by rockinsg
    ID..can install sliding glass doors .. but yeah extra cost..

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    But no matter how gd the hood, after a while, your sofa, curtain, and whole house will smell ike foodcourt....

    Quote Originally Posted by mkl22
    get a good cooker hood to extract fumes to the outside. mine is an open kitchen. using such a set up. still will have some fumes but not that bad.

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    Did you have a price range for installing glass walls?
    Yee ha! Did I tickle your funny bone?


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