Do you have a kitchen on the smaller side? Not to worry! You can do a lot with just a little space. Check out these top spacing-saving tricks to make the most of your smaller kitchen.
Antiqued mirrored glass on cabinet doors enlarges smaller kitchens while maintaining a beautiful and unique look.
To save room in tiny spaces, install ceiling-high cabinets with high-gloss paint. This works especially well if you have tall ceilings but low square footage. This draws the eye up and takes advantage of height for storing items you use less often.
Contain Kitchen Clutter with Trays
Baskets and trays are very homey and useful, not just for carrying things but also to organize collections of similar items. They look great and keep everything clutter-free when counter space is at a premium.
No room for a pantry? Make use of vertical space with the “pantry” for dry goods consisting of cabinets that slide out over the countertop. Bins for trash and recyclables can similarly pull out of base cabinets beside the sink for convenience and hidden functionality.
A trio of backless stools can be slipped under the counter to save space. In this case, their cream color blends in with the island, unifying the room.
Try Open Shelving
Open shelving and no upper cabinets make kitchens look larger.
Replacing dark cabinetry and tiles with white cupboards and light toned backsplash makes smaller kitchens feel twice as big. Try using dual purpose furniture, in this photo, a slim white table provides extra counter space and doubles as a breakfast nook.
Hang Pots and Pans
A hanging pot rack can free up valuable cupboard space. They have the added bonus of a whimsical look!
What was your favourite? We hope we gave you some inspiration for your small kitchen!