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There’s no denying the positive attributes of an open-concept kitchen: It allows you to be more social while cooking and can often make your kitchen feel bigger. For these and other good reasons, open kitchens are wildly popular. And yet, I am firmly a fan of the closed kitchen.

When we recently moved, one of the reasons we chose our new apartment was because the small kitchen was enclosed — meaning separated from the rest of the house. Here are six reasons why I embrace the walls and solitude of my closed kitchen, and why you might want to consider keeping yours closed, too… Read full article

Posted by Justin Dinwiddie