Looking for small kitchens? We could all look for a large and cozy kitchen with a place for a kitchen island, a stove and a dining table to break the guests, but the reality is that sometimes it is the best to get the best out of what we are have – in this case a small kitchen. But the diminutive must not be boring. There are many wise ways to feel your spacious area …
Wall units can really interfere with the room. Open shelves can have a tremendous impact in a small kitchen, creating an open and airy feel as long as you keep the amount of shelves you use, and what you keep on them.
And if there are too many objects that obstruct the worktops, consider sensible solutions such as magnetic strips mounted on the wall, rails for hanging utensils, pans, cups, spices and cutlery containers. Also think about what you need to do every day, such as cutting boards, wooden spoons, rinsing liquid and what can be stored until needed.
Nothing makes a room bigger than simple white walls, so why not deepen it with contemporary and clear details that open the room. Light, reflective materials and minimal designs are your friends in a small kitchen, so consider the doors of white or frosted glass cabinets, white stone or composite or stainless steel work tops and white tiles.