Open concept of planning or traditional / closed

Open concept or closed traditional closed?
We all agree on important issues such as keeping the humidity at home, communicating during design, and more. However, each of us has a different vision when we start thinking about the design of the house and its subsequent construction. Opinions are divided on which is better: open floor planning or traditional? We all recognize that each has its pros and cons and it really is a matter of taste. If you are tired of thinking about which plan is better, do not worry: in this blog we have compiled a few pros and cons.
Before we begin to define what a floor plan is. According to the traditional or open plan, the house has its intended spaces or rooms between the walls. In open plans there are no walls to separate different spaces, therefore the kitchen, dining room and living room can be divided into one large space. Below are 7 issues that will need to be addressed to select the type of plans.



 Open plans are often associated with relatively modern styles such as lofts and industrial style homes. Although it is an open space it is more difficult to do interior design. The whole space should be cohesive, which means that the dining room and living room furniture should not only have a stylistic resemblance to each other but also to the kitchen furniture.

In the case of closed, traditional plans, each room has its own design, individual color, style. In this case, the interior design allows for more and more excitement.
However, one advantage of having an open plan is the lighting. The natural light in the empty space filters more, making the house bigger and brighter.


Open planning allows family members to move around relatively easily, making communication easier. It also offers more flexibility when it comes to using space wisely. It is easy to remodel spaces without walls for different purposes.
There is a feeling of small space in a closed, traditional plan. On the other hand, it helps maintain warmth and coziness in the rooms.





One of the main advantages of open scheduling is the direct communication between the caregiver / parent and the child. When the walls are not much easier to pay attention to small children or elderly relatives who may need constant supervision, which closed planning does not allow.




When it comes to privacy, open planning has limitations that closed planning does not. Without a door or separate rooms, it becomes almost impossible to carry out personal affairs with the walls and door helping the house in sound insulation and making it more confidential.


The smell
Some of us do not like it when a specific smell comes out of the kitchen. In case of open plans the kitchen is open to other spaces of the house. This means that the strong smell of the kitchen wafts throughout the house. For some people, this is a disadvantage of such plans. Since you may be allergic to spices.


It is easier to maintain cleanliness during closed plans. Certain rooms are closed and dust and other rest do not pass through other spaces. However, in the case of open plans, the cleaning of one whole floor is relatively easy and fast.



Depending on the location, the architectural style of the house. Open scheduling can have the advantage when it comes to selling. Many people like the concept of open plans, the popularity of which has been growing over the years. Consequently a better house for sale is one that has an open plan. However trends are changing, who knows how to become a traditional trend.