Small Kitchen for Small Family
When your prep space is no larger than a closet, even one person can feel like too many cooks. However, Kitchens can be small, yet beautiful and efficient!
Often the hub of a family home, the kitchen is a place to gather, cook, eat, laugh, do homework or pay bills, and share special moments together. When space is limited, here’s how to make the most of the space you have.
White-painted kitchen cupboards with any other pastel look will make a small space look big and by reflecting light, it will make the most of the daylight too. If you can lit it, you can even open it up – open kitchens can work well too.
The trick lies in storage. Built in cupboards provide ample kitchen storage in today’s modern designs. Keeping the counters clutter free is the key to making this room feel spacious. Make the most of every surface, by attaching rails, shelves, and hooks to the side of a cupboard, even use the space till the ceiling to manage your cabinets. A rolling ladder works well in this case though seen less in the Indian scenario. Bulky pans can take up your valuable space, so industrial pot rack works best we would say.
The kitchen should be divided from the rest of the living space by a glass wall or so – this creates a separate area for cooking without boxing the small space. If you are keen on squeezing your seating in the kitchen, a small round table for coffee with backless stools would save much space than a dining with bulky chairs. Small kitchens can be made modular too. But few intelligent touches here and there will help to avoid the chaos.
Small spaces with constraints can stress a design brain especially when you have to add storage and style in tight spaces along with the typical kitchens need to function properly. But that’s our job…all you have to do it get in touch and we help you to transform the spaces with more than the above tips.