Homeowners should aim to maximize every inch of their small kitchen, so they can create a functional space. To ensure you can move with ease, we are providing seven space-saving solutions for small kitchens.
Utilize Wall-Mounted Shelving
Do you have minimal counter or cupboard space in your kitchen? If so, we recommend using wall-mounted shelving to store different items such as pots and pans, large utensils, and mugs. It will also allow you to grab items with ease to cook a delicious dish for all the family.
Store Away Bar Stools
You might have enough room for an island, but do you have enough space for the seating? If not, we recommend opting for an island that offers a storage area underneath. You can browse a variety of modern bar stools online that can be stored away when they are not in use. So, you will have a comfortable area to sit in the kitchen to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or to entertain family or friends in your home.
Choose Smaller Appliances
If you don’t often cook for many people, you should seriously consider incorporating compact appliances into your kitchen. For example, you can integrate slimline stoves and dishwashers into the space, which will allow more room for cupboards, kitchen islands or a little extra wiggle room.
A Pullout Pantry
Do you not have much room for a pantry? Well, make use of the little space in your kitchen with a pullout pantry. The slimline pullout can be incorporated into a tight space, so you can store away all sorts of jars, condiments, canned goods and more. Even items stored away at the back of the pantry will be easily accessible.
Do you have plenty of space to use at eye level? If so, we recommend installing top cupboard that go all the way up to the ceiling. Not only will this provide an extra storage area for your dishware and groceries, but it will also add height to a kitchen, which can visually expand your kitchen walls to create the illusion of tall ceilings.
Remove the Door
Transform a kitchen’s sense of space by removing the door. You could even widen the opening or remove a wall altogether to create a more open-plan design. Not only will it create a lighter, brighter, airy home, but the renovation will provide more space to move, so you will not bump