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Small Space Kitchen Design Ideas

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Small kitchen spaces can be both a blessing and a curse. Even the most seasoned interior designers often face challenges, especially when trying to fit in equipment and create storage. However, with good planning and efficient use of every square inch, cooking in small kitchens can be even more fun than large ones. There are a few great tips and tricks to make sure your small space gets the most out of it. Read on to find ideas to incorporate into your kitchen.

Built-in appliances are at home in the small kitchen for two important reasons. Firstly, built-in appliances fit nicely into kitchen cabinets and countertops to create a larger space (at least visually). Never underestimate the power of apparitions. Second, integrated devices offer the same performance and internal capacity as their stand-alone counterparts without taking up the same physical space.

Small Space Kitchen Design Ideas

Small Space Kitchen Design Ideas

Layout Option

The main feature of a U-shaped kitchen is that it is well organized so that everything you need is always close at hand. With efficiency and practicality at the heart of this layout.  It’s obvious why so many small kitchen owners are harnessing the power of the U. The U-shaped kitchen layout accommodates a considerable amount of equipment in one. Confined space – with 3 cabinet walls and a work surface. Since this kitchen layout is almost always surrounded by 3 walls, you can place your appliances exactly where you want them. Connections for utilities such as electricity, gas, and water can be routed through walls and behind cabinets.

If your layout does not allow for a U-shaped configuration, consider a single opening and wall. Not only is this a very modern take on a kitchen floor plan, but it’s also an effective way to open up a small space. The layout of the single wall kitchen is minimal, functional, and modern at the same time. With no walls separating the kitchen from the dining and living areas, natural light can penetrate the entire room. To maximize your storage space, make sure your cabinets are built up to the ceiling.

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