Everyone is a chef at some point.

Whether you are whipping up something simple, experimental or complex, the kitchen - big or small, remains as the heart of the home.

Over the years, this irreplaceable space in the house is not spared from evolution. In older, larger homes, the kitchen is typically separated from the living and dining areas, used mainly as a utilitarian space for cooking.

As real estate became a premium and perhaps, a shift in lifestyles - modern kitchens are now inevitably cosier while retaining its functionality. It is not uncommon to see kitchen and dining areas integrated, sharing the limelight as a social spot and activity hub in newer homes.

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