Great Examples of Making a Small Kitchen feel Bigger

Small Kitchens

Here are some ideas on how to make a small kitchen workable. To give a feeling of space, create contrasts in colors and luminosity. Don’t hesitate to play with materials like brick, glossy paint, wood and plain white. If your kitchen is very small, you can use built-in furniture and appliances. There are plenty of ways you can expand the footprint of a teeny tiny kitchen. Another way to do this is with rolling industrial shelving. It can look especially nice in a minimal, modern kitchen.

Most small kitchens are in a U shape but the advantage to that is that everything is within reach and is considered one of the best working models for a cooks kitchen. I’ve seen many gorgeous looking, expensive, large, well-equipped kitchens where the microwave was the only appliance ever used.

Small kitchens can be so adorable! I actually prefer a cozier sized space, they are so homey. Today on the blog I'm featuring some budget-friendly ideas for small kitchens no matter what style you love! I ❤️ this cottage kitchen by @prettyhandygirl via @betterhomesandgardens Find the post via the link in my profile > #smallkitchen #kitchenideas:

Image 2 of 14 from gallery of Flinders Lane Apartment / Clare Cousins Architects. Photograph by Lisbeth Grosmann:

13 tiny but lovely kitchens / 13 kitchens small but spicy :) House Haus Deco

13 tiny but lovely kitchens / 13 kitchens small but spicy :) House Haus Deco

Small kitchen:

Hotel tip: white can make small spaces seem much roomier than they are! And of course... they are peaceful:

Kitschy country accessories give this compact kitchen an eclectic pastoral vibe, but the foundations of it—subway tile, granite counters, and white beadboard.:

This kitchen may be petite, but luxe materials like black marble countertops and a high-end oven/stove, give it a fine jewelry effect. In narrow spaces like this, too much pattern or color can be...

Featured in HGTV Magazine, this cramped kitchen was an affordable remodel project thanks to IKEA cabinets, pine shelves from Home Depot, an IKEA pendant, and distressed wood floors, which were...

Sweet Sixteen: Stylish & Space-Saving Details for for Tiny...:

Name: Genevieve Location: Concordia — Portland, Oregon This is our tiny house (216 square feet) within the growing Concordia neighborhood in NE Portland. The home started as a garage space that was historically permitted as a living space in the 1940s under WWII war time code. So, the tiny house itself has some interesting history.:

Designed by über-talented Italian designer Lorenzo Castillo, this small kitchen has style in spades. The light wood paneled cabinets alone had us at hello, but an interesting mix of...

We love the way the butcher-block cabinets in this modern remodeled kitchen mimic the paneled ceiling above them. Taking design cues from architecture is always a smart idea.

The stained wood shelving framing the steel hood in this small kitchen, designed by Amy Sklar, is a genius use of space. And that black vintage-inspired stove might be the cutest little appliance...

This dated little kitchen was given a sophisticated new look with rich cobalt paint, blue-and-white delftware, and wicker accents. It feels 100-percent East Hampton, although we’re guessing...


Amazing black kitchen! Love the contrast with the floorboards. Add warmth to dark spaces with timber.:

Schicke, simple Küchenoberfläche, toll für einen kleinen, hohen Raum:

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Thank you Eatwell101, Apartment Therapy and Pinterest

*Stylish and space saving Tips

*Here is a good article on Simple Storage Upgrades for Tiny Kitchens

*Clever Hacks in a Small Kitchen by WooHome has some great tips!

*Apartment Therapy wrote 20+ Ways to Squeeze a Little Extra Storage Out of a Small Kitchen which is worth reading.






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