Introduce a space-saving kitchen design that doesn't skimp on style. Give the social hub of your home a smart look that maximizes countertop and storage space, without compromising form or function. With the right plan, you'll easily prove that less is more.
How to Design a Small Kitchen
Beauty & Function
A small kitchen doesn't have to limit style or performance. In this kitchen, the Price Pfister Chrome Faucet provides a 3-mode spray for meal prep, while the double bowl stainless steel sink offers plenty of room for cleaning, and rear-positioned drain holes that maximize below-cabinet storage space. For more space-saving ideas consider a convection wall oven, over-the-range microwave oven and other small appliances.
Bright lighting, wall décor and decorative hardware for cabinetry can bring style to your kitchen and make it feel larger than life. In this kitchen, the Amerock Chrome Knobs and the 4-Light Track Kit brighten up the room and give it a designer feel, while the taupe and smoke backsplash transforms what would be an empty wall into a work of art. Pastel colours and under-cabinet lighting can also illuminate darker areas, and help increase the perceived size of your kitchen.
Try to make best use of the space you already have by turning corner cabinets into accessible storage areas. Lazy Susans, pot racks and stemware holders are smart space-makers, while double-tiered cutlery drawers, under-sink baskets and slide-out recycling bins will keep utensils and recyclables properly sorted and out of sight. With some clever ideas and a little imagination, you'll find out that no space is too small when it comes to making your kitchen sizzle.