BY On Aug 18, 2018 Kitchen
Countertop space is premium in functional kitchens. When space cuts off workspace availability, get creative with pull-outs. This hidden chopping board pull-out comes with a garbage chute and a garbage receptacle underneath, increasing kitchen work efficiency.
With the limited space, you wouldn’t want to cut the line of vision and make your kitchen space look smaller. This small kitchen looks bigger than its actual size, thanks to the transparent bar stools and predominantly white colour scheme. No windows to open and extend the visual space of your kitchen? Open up the ceiling with a skylight! You get lots of natural lighting, airy feel, and a really interesting kitchen feature.
Too much drama can be overwhelming on large doses, but when the space is limited, you can definitely pack on the drama factor. Trim black cabinets and pops of red make an interesting combination, making one tiny remarkable kitchen! Open as much windows as you can, and let natural light stream in. The opened windows extend the visual horizon making the room appear bigger. Add on few elegant touches to provide character and charm.
This small kitchen is rich in style! Following the white colour rule for small spaces, the room uses a lot of fabulous metallic details to break the monotony. Gold lampshade lighting and fixtures, chrome appliances and a striking set of bronze bar stools!
Painting walls white will make the room appear bigger. But if white is too glaring or too stark for you, go for the off-white alternatives. This tiny kitchen looks bigger and beautiful, thanks to its almost white walls, floating shelves and light grey cabinets.
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