1. Create plenty of space for cooking, eating or chatting.
Families need time to talk and bond, and meal time is one of the best moments to do just that.
2. Bet on warm, hard-wearing and unfussy materials such as stone or Calacatta marble for the countertop or sink.
Always go for materials that will keep you from worrying about breaking, scratching or staining.
3. Upcycle some old furniture to keep costs down a little.
Make use of grandma’s XXL country table or even some thrifted furniture to create more space for getting together.
4. Rustic kitchens are a great fit for big families.
No need to make things fancy, full stomachs and full hearts are all that matter.