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Design Ideas for Small Kitchen

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design ideas for small kitchen

design ideas for small kitchen

While small apartments and houses in the department for charm and coziness often offer a lot, they usually lack a kitchen space. But just because you may not be flush with the counter, there are still ways to get the most out of your tiny kitchen. It’s about working with the design of your room, whether your kitchen is confined to a single wall, U-shaped, or hidden in a corner. We have put together the best design ideas for small kitchens to give you more storage space and style.

Whether you’re renovating and starting over, or just want to refresh your existing space, you should try this trick. These tiny kitchens are common in studio apartments and other open spaces. While everything is at hand (and limited to a single row), this layout lacks space on the counter considerably. You may not have room to expand or add an entire island. So remember to build a table that doubles as a place for preparation and eating. Even a narrow console can serve as a place where tools and ingredients can be attached while cooking.

design ideas for small kitchen

design ideas for small kitchen

Single-Walled Kitchen

A small, single-walled kitchen doesn’t have to be the focus of the room – especially if you’re in a studio. Install folding doors or panels to close (and hide clutter) when not in use. Kitchens in the galley tend to feel cavernous. However, removing the top cabinets and replacing them with shelves can help open the room. Limit the high storage space to the pantry, where you can store bulky items that you don’t use often, rather than on the counter. Due to the placement of pipes, it is often difficult to fully open a kitchenette, especially in old buildings, but you can still add light and air by removing even a small part of the wall.

A portal or an open corner can help connect the kitchen to the rest of the living space. This arrangement is also known as a G-shaped kitchen and has an additional counter that extends from a U-shaped kitchen. Use this additional counter area for casual dinners or your morning coffee. Pull up a few bar stools and use an additional dining area. If your L-shaped kitchen is in front of an empty wall, you can use it. Install a floating shelf or table for additional counters or dining areas. How to deal with a narrow space? Install a table that can be folded down to be flush with the wall when not in use.

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