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Is a Kitchen a reception room?

Does a kitchen count as a reception room?

Asked on Jan 28 2013, General in Leyburn | Report content

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  • Hi TheBrookies, Your kitchen being a reception room will depend entirely on its set up. A reception room needs to be somewhere where you can entertain, or receive, guests. So a standard kitchen that just has cooking facilities etc will not be seen as a reception room. However, if your kitchen has somewhere slightly separate for everyone to gather, and decent facilities in terms of somewhere within the room for everyone to sit, then it would be seen as a reception room. Traditionally though, you would be looking at bigger dining rooms, lounges and drawing rooms when you are talking about a reception area in a house description. It is certainly a term that is open to interpretation though. Thanks, Scott

    Answered on Jan 30 2013, Report content
  • No a kitchen is not a reception room, a reception room would be like an extra room downstairs where you can greet your guests.

    Answered on Feb 2 2013, Report content

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