When you have a small kitchen size you may feel bored and restricted so you may go for eliminating many things to keep your kitchen little free. But, let me tell you that small kitchen could be your way to be creative and show your aesthetic personality. Small kitchen could be more stylish and functional just like the larger one. All you need is to know how to make the most use of your small kitchen smartly and then enjoy your space.
Start with a clever layout; use your corners and walls; galley kitchen layout or L-shape kitchen could be your smart way to design your space. creativity and smartness is the key; free your space of clutter, use multifunctional elements, lights and decorative touch are the essential things to consider which enable you to make the most use of your tiny kitchen and give you functionality and elegance as well.
Remove what you never need, keep only the necessary element to use daily. Keep your surfaces clean and simple as possible. Open shelves is clever items to consider for a clear and clutter free look or instead you can go for a tall-slim cabinet with drawers instead of doors and decorative hardware in tiny size is another alternative for storage and display your items. You can use also mirrored surface for your cabinet to get a spacious feel.
Multi-functional islands are a must; Mobile Island, as an example, with worktop and more storage, is ideal. If you have a quiet enough space you can go for Bench Island with folding top to get seating, working and preparing area all in one. An undermount sink or single sink inset is a great option for your tiny kitchen.
Light colors with a small pop of color, via a decorative rug, colorful backsplash, etc., are your friend. Lights are amazing to get a bright and spacious kitchen with a chandelier to sconces. Wall shelves and possible storage spaces under island, above cabinet or mobile units along with small sized appliances in fashionable designs or built-in options, are functional and pretty additions to your kitchen. be sure in 2019 every wish is now available.