Child-Friendly Kitchen Design Ideas Parents Should Consider

Child-Friendly Kitchen Design Ideas Parents Should Consider

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on Jun 13, 2018
Why you should care

The kitchen is the heart of every Malaysian home where the family gathers day in and day out. It is also the place in your home that is accident-prone – think hot pots, sharp knives, and curious children. Read this tips on turning your kitchen into a family-friendly room that will let you go about cooking without worrying about the kids.

A family-friendly home includes having a child-friendly kitchen where you can include your kids in the cooking process or just keep an eye on them while you’re preparing for meals.

Browse through these Malaysian kitchen ideas that were designed to be child friendly and get inspiration for your own home.

Keeping to the contemporary kitchen theme, the interior designer for this home kept the space open and airy whilst including a large island so the kids can do their homework while you cook up a storm.

With this nifty pull-out table, you can include your kids in the cooking process while keeping them a safe distance away from the stovetop.

These concealed kitchen cabinets prevent kids and toddlers from reaching into spaces they shouldn’t.

Having your kitchen extend into a dining space will give you and your kids more space to work and play.

When you don’t want your kids to be in the kitchen but still want to keep an eye on them, opt for a glass partition like this one.

This U-shaped kitchen allows you to easily manoeuvre in and out of the kitchen as your toddler keeps busy by the bench.

Cooking dinner as your kid does his arts and crafts becomes that much easier when both can be done in the same space.

This open and spacious kitchen is a great space for the family to gather and share the joys of food.

With a large kitchen that features an open layout, parents can easily monitor their kid’s playtime while prepping meals.

We love how this kitchen opens into the garden. It’s a great way for parents to work while kids tire themselves out just in time for dinner.

An open layout home like this allows parents to always keep an eye on their kids while they work in different areas of the home.

For the days when you want to include your child in the meal prepping process, this breakfast bar that is adjacent to the enclosed kitchen is perfect. It keeps you close while keeping them away from the hazards of the cooking space.

Browse our other articles for more kitchen ideas in Malaysia, or other beautiful kitchen interior designs.

 

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Why you should care

The kitchen is the heart of every Malaysian home where the family gathers day in and day out. It is also the place in your home that is accident-prone – think hot pots, sharp knives, and curious children. Read this tips on turning your kitchen into a family-friendly room that will let you go about cooking without worrying about the kids.

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