Small Kitchens When your prep space is no larger than a closet, even one person can feel like too many cooks in the kitchen. Make the most of your counter space and cabinetry using the tricks within these petite rooms as a guide. And if you’re dreaming big, check out even more designer kitchens.
Often the hub of the family home, the kitchen is a place to gather, cook, eat, laugh, do homework or pay bills, and share in special moments together. When space is limited, it takes smart planning to create a multi functional and aesthetically appealing kitchen. Here’s how to make the most of space you have.
A small kitchen cannot accommodate homework, mail storage, laundry duties and recipe hunting. Unless you don’t cook at all, the small kitchen’s main chore is meal prep. So focus first on function, making sure you have the appliances and work areas you need.
You may be able to save a bit of space by using scaled-down or innovative appliances, including refrigerator and freezer drawers and pint-sized microwaves, stoves (some with just two burners) and single sinks.
Open and Airy Kitchen, This nook kitchen takes benefit of its snug parameters by means of starting as much as the adjacent breakfast place, which is lit by using tall glass home windows and doors. A spacious center island grounds the space and affords additional counter floor for food coaching and storage. The room’s palette of white and powder blue maintain the temper light and clean