For most people, the kitchen is the hub of family life. It’s the place where everyone gathers in the morning when they’re just starting their day and the place where everyone comes together in the evening while dinner is cooking. However, not every family has a large kitchen to work with. This is where small kitchen ideas come in!
Just because you don’t have a lot of space to work with doesn’t mean that you can’t have a lovely small kitchen design. With the right design tips and tricks, you can turn a small kitchen into a cheerful and functional space in your home. From creative uses of space to bright colors that give the illusion of a bigger area, there are plenty of smart ways to give a small kitchen a whole lot of life and character.
Don’t feel limited by a small kitchen space. Here are fifty small kitchen ideas to inspire you to make the most of your own small kitchen.
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1. Find Serenity With Muted Blues
Blue is a bright and cheerful color that can bring a sense of calm to any small kitchen ideas. However, some find really bold blues to be too overwhelming. This homeowner gave their modest kitchen a bright but demure ambiance with a muted blue hue on the walls and cabinets. One interesting design choice is the mirror above the sink. While most of us associate above-sink mirrors with bathroom decor, a mirror above the sink in a kitchen does wonders to take advantage of a tiny area and open up the space. The clear doors on the upper-level cabinets also add some extra dimension to this small but inviting space.
2. A Very Narrow Space Becomes Larger in this Small Kitchen Design
When it comes to small kitchens, don’t feel like you’re stuck with the same old design techniques. This homeowner was stuck with a very unconventional kitchen space, in the sense that they had a narrow space but very high ceilings. To work with the architecture instead of against it, they went high with their decorations which provided extra storage space. The wall decal and the eye-catching lamps draw the eyes up, which makes the high ceiling and not the narrow space the focal point of this kitchen. While they kept the cabinets and walls white, the multi-colored backsplash brings cheer to this slim space.
3. An Entire Tiny Kitchen Hidden In A Beautiful Furniture Piece
If anyone has made the best of a small kitchen space, it’s this clever homeowner. They have built an entire kitchen counter, complete with a sink, microwave and open shelving space, into a beautiful floor-to-ceiling furniture piece. This piece looks just as beautiful open as it does closed. Not only have they made a lovely nook that is completely functional, but the demure accents ensure that this piece fits in well with the rest of their shabby chic home design. This piece would be perfect for a kitchen with limited space, in addition to a functioning wet bar for a parlor or game room.
4. Modern, Sunny and Bright with Open Shelves
These days, many kitchen ideas are moving away from the cozy and shabby chic look and more towards the modern, minimalist and clean look. This kitchen design is sunny and inviting, but also quite modern and sophisticated. The brushed tin on the cabinets gives this kitchen a sleek look, while the use of greenery and the floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that the space is cheerful and inviting. The homeowner’s decision to keep their spices in decorative jars on shelves instead of hidden away in closed cabinets is inspired and can be replicated by just about anyone.
5. Classic Tiny Kitchen With A Touch Of Modern and Open Shelving
A lot of small kitchen ideas pictures feature spaces with white cabinets and walls. While this might seem boring to some, there’s a practicality to it. With this simple foundation, you can truly create just about any decor scheme in your space. This homeowner chose to work with teal and cream decor pieces and accents. The focal point of this design is the antique chandelier, which gives this otherwise modern design a touch of old world charm.
6. Trendy Modernity Meets Retro Charm and Open Shelves
The juxtaposition of the baby blue retro fridge with the sleek, shiny black accents in this small kitchen design is truly inspired. The bright white tile backsplash ties the whole look together. This kitchen design idea demonstrates that you don’t have to feel locked into working with design ideas from just one era. Mixing the old with the new can create a look that is charming yet current. The little accents, such as the cream flowers and the antique wooden boxes, finish off this simply gorgeous design.
7. Soft, Feminine and Sunny Tiny Kitchen
Home decor doesn’t have to be about modern architecture and fashion-forward design accents. There’s nothing wrong with sticking with a classic, feminine design scheme. This homeowner chose to create an accent wall, adorned with a lovely soft green floral wallpaper. It works beautifully with the rest of the space, which is a simple but bright white. The hideaway breakfast bar on the accent wall is a great idea for anyone who wants a kitchen table but simply doesn’t have the space. Stools can be stored in a nearby coat or supply closet and retrieved as needed. This is a lovely use of a small space that isn’t too overwhelming or overpowering.
8. A Futuristic, Polished Tiny Kitchen
If you prefer your home decoration inspiration to be futuristic and modern instead of classic and demure, then this is the perfect kitchen design scheme for you. This homeowner utilized a hideaway kitchen, which have been a popular choice in major Asian cities like Seoul and Tokyo, where apartment space is limited, for quite some time. Everything about this design is about as modern as it gets, from the polished metallic surfaces to the hanging gold spherical light fixtures. This design would be perfect for any apartment or condo dweller who wants to turn their small space into something big.
9. Black, White and Elegant Small Kitchen Ideas
There is something to be said for the elegance of black and white home decor designs. This apartment dweller was working with an incredibly narrow kitchen that didn’t have high ceilings to make up for it. Instead of remodeling the actual cabinetry or fixtures, they painted the ceiling and a single wall in black chalkboard paint, adding a floor-to-ceiling wall decal of an ornate antique fork. The beautiful, French-inspired black chandelier finishes off this incredibly elegant design. This is an example of an apartment kitchen that started off incredibly dull and dreary, but was brought to life with some simple touches.
10. Work With What You Have for a Lovely Kitchen Feel
This homeowner started with what may have been a nightmare for some. Instead of cabinets, they were stuck with shelves, in addition to an exposed exhaust vent. However, instead of trying to conceal these aspects, they worked with them in their small kitchen design. They adorned the shelves with glassware, books and knick-knacks to give the space some personality. Instead of attempting to conceal the exhaust vent, they hung delicate lights from the pipe. This gorgeous design is both chic and deconstructed, giving it an incredibly modern and urban feel.
11. Bright Yellows and Metallic Surfaces with a Kitchen Island
Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of metallic or reflective surfaces when you’re researching small kitchen ideas. Working with materials like polished tin are great for small spaces because they reflect images instead of just presenting a matte finish. This can create the illusion of a space being far larger than it is; indeed, this is why you’ll see a lot of mirrors when designers are trying to open up a small room. In this kitchen, a reflective ceiling creates the illusion of the room being far taller than it is. The bright yellow color of the cabinets helps to create an illusion of openness as well, while perfectly complimenting the kitchen island.
12. Small Kitchen Ideas With A Fifties Flair
This design is inspired by the classic look of 1950s small kitchen ideas. The cabinets are painted a classic soft teal, with a small antique gas oven instead of a large modern stove. This homeowner is clearly more than eager to play up the retro look of their kitchen, with antique Tupperware and kitchen tools used to decorate the space. This retro look may feel quite daring to some; however, the classic style of 1950s kitchens is a piece of Americana that will forever be in style.
13. Small Kitchens where a Cherry Red Fridge Is The Focal Point
When reviewing small kitchen ideas, you’ll start to notice that a common theme is picking one part of the design to serve as a focal point. For many, this is an accent wall. For others, it’s the kitchen island. In this unique kitchen, a retro cherry red fridge serves as a stupendous focal point. The homeowner was smart to keep the rest of the look simple, with muted dark grey cabinets that don’t overpower the brightness of the fridge. The red text on the artwork near the window serves as a beautiful finishing accent that ties the whole decor scheme together.
14. Small Kitchen Design Ideas with Bookshelves
Some home decor purists may audibly gasp at the idea of bookshelves in the kitchen, used in lieu of cabinets, but anyone who loves modern design will instantly recognize this as a bold and chic design choice. For many urban apartment dwellers, bookshelves may be the only resource they have for storing their plates, glassware and kitchen accessories. As long as everything is organized in an appealing and eye-catching way, this is a bold way to create a gorgeous decor scheme both in a small space and on a budget.
15. Keep It Simple and Streamlined
Your tiny kitchen design doesn’t have to feature a bold accent wall or a striking design choice. Instead, take a cue from this homeowner and keep it simple and streamlined. The space might be small, but the juxtaposition of the white walls and the stained wooden cabinets give this kitchen a bright and open feel. The gorgeous light fixtures above the bar serve as a perfect focal point. Instead of accenting this simple space with lots of decor items or artwork, this homeowner kept it simple with just three green plants and a fruit bowl.
16. Classic, Country and Cozy
While some might find this retro stove to be a detriment to their design plans, this homeowner used it as inspiration to create a space that is inspired by the classic look of a country home. The soft cream colors of the walls and cabinets are the perfect backdrop for the multicolored mugs, plates and bowls, which serve as both functional dinnerware and decoration. The finished result is a kitchen that is cozy and inviting, evocative of what you’d find in a chic South Carolina vacation home.
17. So Tiny, Yet So Simple
If you’re on the hunt for small kitchen ideas but are working on a budget, look no further than this stunning little space. While the homeowner made no major changes to the cabinetry or fixtures, they breathed life into this little kitchen by installing two sleek black shelves above their countertop, atop which sit some lovely glassware. This homeowner knew that bringing plant life into their kitchen would brighten up the space, so they hung small potted plants on silver rods over their sunny window. These little design choices don’t cost a fortune, yet can completely overhaul any space.
18. Don’t Stick With The Same Old Boring Color Choices
When considering small kitchen design ideas, pink might not be the first color choice that pops into the average person’s mind. Indeed, floor-to-ceiling pink might have given this kitchen the unfortunate feel of a young girl’s bedroom. However, by using just one stripe of pink against an all white color scheme, this homeowner created a cheerful space that is both grown-up and unisex. By adorning the small space with multi-colored trinkets, candles and decor items, they were able to give this little kitchen a serious pop of colorful cheer.
19. Sophisticated, Soft and Welcoming
This is one of the most welcoming kitchen design pictures on our list. Although the kitchen itself might be small, the abundance of natural light and the myriad hues of natural wood give it an open and inviting feel. The soft cream color of the built-in cabinets and shelves juxtapose beautifully against the stark white of the walls. Metallic countertops help to open up the space even more, with the sunlight pouring in through the windows bouncing off of the reflective surfaces gorgeously. Although this design seems simple, it’s perfectly stunning.
20. A Steely Yet Inviting Kitchen Space
Floor-to-ceiling gray isn’t a color choice that you’ll see in many kitchen design pictures and yet it works so well in this little kitchen. While the grey polished cement floor and matching cabinets and walls could have been harsh, cold and uninviting, this homeowner brought cheerfulness to the space with a bright yellow breakfast bar and matching shelves. The dark mahogany backsplash brings some texture to this sleek design choice. While this might be too bold of a design for many, it would be perfect for a condo dweller who wants something edgy, urban and modern.
21. Stunning Simplicity
Just because you have a little kitchen doesn’t mean that you have to overcompensate by filling the space with eye-catching colors and tons of decorative trinkets. This homeowner chose to keep their kitchen simple, pairing white cabinets with dark gray walls. Although this space isn’t overflowing with decorations, little accents give it some life, such as the lovely miniature tree centerpiece on the kitchen table and the framed photographs on the adjacent wall. This space proves that not all small kitchen design ideas need to be over-the-top or dramatic.
22. All White Makes The Atmosphere Bright
Many people are afraid to work with all white color schemes in their homes. Some people fear that it will come off as too bland and look less like a planned decor and more like a room that they have failed to decorate altogether. However, as you can plainly see in this gorgeous kitchen, all all white color scheme can make a room feel bright, cheerful and plenty sophisticated. This homeowner’s decision to go with white walls and white cabinetry for their small kitchen design matches beautifully with their natural hardwood floors.
23. Daring Sophistication With An Upscale Allure
Although this kitchen may be small, the homeowner’s decision to work with such sophisticated materials resulted in a kitchen that looks like a million bucks. The gold cabinets create an air of refinement and the reflective surfaces create the illusion of a larger space. The marble pattern on the backsplash also adds to the air of refinement in this small but stunning kitchen. When you’re researching small kitchen ideas, don’t feel as if your limited space prevents you from going big with your design choices.
24. East Meets West
This beautiful kitchen nook is inspired by the serene style of Japanese architecture. The vibe of this space is evocative of the beautiful designs that one would see in a modern Tokyo boutique hotel. The uniform use of the lightly stained wood on the cabinets, floors and walls help to create the peaceful atmosphere. The under-cabinet lighting produces a glow that is almost ethereal. If you want to recreate this zen atmosphere, take a cue from this homeowner and keep decorations to a minimal. The simple vase with flowers is truly all this space needs and doesn’t spoil the peace and serenity that this space provides.
25. Making The Most Of Exposed Brick
In many of the kitchen design images we’ve seen, an accent wall is deliberate. However, in some homes and condos, an accent wall is chosen for us. Many modern designs will feature a room with a single exposed brick wall. Instead of having it covered or trying to conceal it, this homeowner made the smart choice to work with it. Their white color scheme and natural wood countertops compliment the rustic feel of the brick beautifully. The built-in shelves allow for their lovely collection of teapots and accessories to be prominently displayed.
26. A Lit Display Cabinet Becomes The Focal Point
As you’ve seen many times on this list, many great kitchen designs feature a focal point that really catches the eye. In this case, it’s the lit display cabinet above the sink. This is a perfect way to display one’s china, glassware or tea sets. These cabinets will truly work in just about any design. Here, the cabinet blends beautifully with the country-inspired yet completely modern design. The contrast the olive green walls against the soft ivory backsplash creates a very chic look, while the little touches like the gingham curtain ensure that the atmosphere is cozy.
27. A Kitchen Nook Inspired By Cubism
This little kitchen design is a great example of why home decoration choices are often very much dependent on the architecture and design that one is already working with. This little cubist kitchen nook might have been difficult for some, but this homeowner made it work by keeping their design light, airy and in neutral colors. The end result ensures that the unique architecture doesn’t look too futuristic or modern. The little touches, such as the books, the artwork and the spices in vintage jars give this kitchen a lovely and welcoming feel.
28. Unique Shapes and Patterns Give Life To This Little Kitchen
It takes a bold homeowner to want to work with unique shapes and patters. The wallpaper in this kitchen, which features a multi-colored triangular design, could easily result in a design that is “too much.” However, by keeping the cabinets and the countertops simple, the end result is a design that is striking and modern without being overpowering. The rug features a similar but not matching design, complimenting the wallpaper beautifully. Wallpaper can be intimidating to many, but as long as it’s done correctly, the finished result can be truly stunning.
29. A Bold Use Of Black
For many people, the idea of painting even a single wall in their kitchen black would be horrific. After all, many of us associate black walls with dreary basements or sullen teenagers’ rooms. However, the use of the black accent wall in this kitchen is bold, but the finished result is sleek and modern. This homeowner avoided a dreary end result but working with a polished tin backsplash and countertop. They kept the drawers, shelves and cabinets light colors to bring some brightness to the space. This kitchen proves that bold design choices can pay off in the long run.
30. An Air of Aztec Charm
This homeowner must have been inspired by the gorgeous older homes of Mexico City when they were dreaming up their small kitchen design. This design is colorful, full of life and cheery. The pale blue of the table legs and the cabinet are complimented wonderfully by the bright pinks, reds and oranges in the tile backsplash and various decorations. This homeowner used the technique of decorating up to create the illusion of more space. The pyramid-shaped shelving unit, filled with beautiful antique accent items, instantly makes this kitchen seem to be double its actual size.
31. Sleek Colors and Geometric Prints
If you prefer your kitchen decorating ideas to be more modern than “cozy,” then this is the perfect design scheme for you. This homeowner chose a gray and yellow color scheme that gives the space a somewhat futuristic feel. This is accentuated by the geometric prints found in both the artwork and the area rug. The unique overhead light fixture also adds to the quite futuristic and modern feel. This is a perfect design for anyone who prefers the modern to the cozy and classic.
32. Bright, Blue and Shimmering
Blue is such a serene and relaxing choice for a kitchen. In many of the kitchen design images seen on this list, various hues of blue are used to bring a relaxing and peaceful element to the space. This homeowner paired light blue walls with polished silver appliances to create an environment that is incredibly calm and welcoming. The little accents, such as the dragonfly painting and the decor items strategically placed throughout the space, just add to the homey and inviting feel. Take a cue from this homeowner and pick artwork in the same color scheme as the space to create a very relaxed finished look.
33. White Cabinets Pair Beautifully With Natural Wood
Despite working with a narrow space, this homeowner has turned their modest kitchen into a serene and sophisticated escape from the daily hustle and bustle of life. To create a sleek finished look, they paired simple white cabinets with natural wooden countertops and shelving. The finished product is gorgeous and incredibly functional. The overhead track lighting produces the perfect amount of light for this relaxed space. To achieve a similar look, incorporate both synthetic and natural materials to create an atmosphere that mixes the modern and the classic.
34. The Unexpected Pairing of Lilac and Black
Sometimes pairing unexpected colors makes for the best home decoration strategy. This homeowner began with lilac walls and a deep cream tile backsplash. The expected choice would have been to work with silver or white appliances and cabinets. However, by injecting black into the space, they created a look that is soft and feminine and yet so very modern. This kitchen looks positively stunning when bathed in natural sunlight, which is why heavy curtains on the window would have been completely unnecessary. The use of a rolling cart is perfect in a little kitchen, as you can push it against the wall or pull it into the center of the room as needed.
35. Say It With Some Wordy Wall Art
The right artwork can make or break a space and kitchens are no exception to that rule. This homeowner went with a relatively simple design for their kitchen. However, the floor-to-ceiling artwork, featuring a text design, serves as a brilliant focal point. This homeowner isn’t working with a great deal of counter space, but managed to still find some strategic places for decorations and accents. This kitchen serves as proof that you can bring life into any space, no matter how small, if you’re creative.
36. Injecting Color Into A Tiny White Space
This little kitchen nook would be fairly bland if it weren’t for this homeowner’s creativity. By wallpapering a small section of wall space with the multicolored print, they were able to add some understated but stunning personality to this tiny space. The floor rug features an array of exciting prints in a black and white color scheme, as not to overpower the accent wall. The under-cabinet and overhead track lighting give this mostly white space a positively stunning glow. By hanging utensils, these kitchen tools are both stored functionally and made a part of the decor.
37. Dark, Sleek and Mysterious Small Kitchen Ideas
When researching small kitchen ideas, you won’t see a lot of “mysterious” options. However, that’s the best word to describe this homeowner’s innovative design. This little kitchen nook exists in an open concept loft, which could pose a decorating nightmare for some. However, by using light wood for their cabinets, they created an area that stands out without clashing from the rest of this very dark loft space. Evocative of the modern designs in boutique hotels, this gorgeous kitchen area brings a soft element to this very dramatic space.
38. Turning A Cold Gray Into Something Cozy and Warm
Gray can be a difficult color for designers. When done right, it can create a very sleek and modern look. When done wrong, however, it can be cold and uninviting. This homeowner was clearly going for a country home-inspired look and these dark gray cabinets may not have been an obvious choice. However, by lighting the display cabinets and allowing natural sunlight to pour in through the window, this kitchen is rendered bright, airy and inviting. The gray actually adds some color and personality to what would have otherwise been a very simple design.
39. Black, White and Right
A black and white color scheme might feel unexpected for a kitchen, but it is truly a joy to work with. This homeowner chose white for their upper-level cabinets and chose a deep gray hue for the lower cabinets. The backsplash is an exciting black and white print that captures the eye wonderfully. As seen in many modern black and white designs, little colorful accents are used to offset the simplicity of the space. In this case, the soft yellow chairs at the kitchen table work beautifully against the blacks, whites and grays.
40. A Little Taste of Country Paradise
While modern and sleek designs tend to dominate lists like these, just about all of us have a special place in our hearts for those cozy country designs. This tiny little kitchen features original cabinetry and a retro stove. This homeowner chose to work with the country feel instead of against it. The space is adorned with rustic knick-knacks, complimented by a classic red and white gingham rug. The finished look is soft, inviting and feminine. Modern designs are exciting, but these rustic country-inspired kitchens are classic, cozy and welcoming.
41. A Simple Design That Serves For Perfect Functionality
Everything about this kitchen screams functionality for a busy family. From the dry-erase board to the bulletin board above the sink, this homeowner’s design proves that you can create a kitchen that is functional for your family’s needs without sacrificing style. While the walls and cabinets are kept in a simple white hue, little accents like the striped blue rugs inject some color into the design. Take inspiration from this design and find ways to make those basic family necessities, like chalkboards for grocery lists and reminders, chic and sophisticated.
42. Multiple Elements Come Together To Create An Inspired Design
So many of our favorite decorating choices are at play here. From the natural hardwood floors to the exposed brick to the creative accents, like the tribal masks above the door, this kitchen blends multiple elements without looking overdone or busy. The snowflake chandelier could have been a disaster, but when paired with the dark grey of the walls and the simple wood of the countertops and floor, it gives a bit of pizzazz to an otherwise neutral space. This space shows that with the right eye for color, you can truly make just about anything work.
43. Bringing A Lot of Glamour To A Narrow Space
These narrow kitchens can pose quite the conundrum to designers, but are absolutely gorgeous when done correctly. The lovely floor-to-ceiling ornate cabinets are kept in a soft cream color, creating quite the serene yet elegant atmosphere. The display cabinets above the sink create a sense of dimension and draw the eye up, which makes this space look bigger than it is. The beautiful black and white tile flooring injects some personality into this otherwise simple design. The colorful accents on the countertop are understated, but work to bring some color into the space.
44. The Boldest Blue Backsplash
This homeowner’s simple design choices probably didn’t cost that much, but completely transformed an otherwise boring kitchen. The incredibly bold blue backsplash instantly brings life to this quite simple kitchen. The display boxes are both functional and decorative, enabling this homeowner to turn kitchen accessories into eye-catching decorations. By just changing the backsplash in a kitchen, you can indeed completely change the look of the space without doing a costly or time-consuming remodel. This is also a great choice for renters, as it can easily be painted over before moving out.
45. When Storage Is Limited, Think “Up”
In professional kitchens, overhead extra storage is an absolute necessity. This homeowner took a cue from the pros and installed some simple hanging rods that make storage a breeze. Hanging baskets serve as both a lovely and functional place to store fruit and pots and pans are easily hung as well. This simple storage hack is perfect for anyone who is working with limited kitchen space. Not only is it incredibly convenient, but it creates a very modern and chic finished look with a quite minimal amount of effort.
46. Small Kitchen Ideas Featuring a Chic Corner Kitchen
In many open concept apartments and condos, distinguishing the kitchen area from the rest of the space without clashing can be a challenge. This corner kitchen could have easily been lost in the design. However, by using a sleek black backsplash and countertop, the kitchen pops from the rest of the rather neutral space without being too harsh or clashing. The wood in the cabinets is stained a hue darker than the floor, which also helps the kitchen to pop while still blending in beautifully with the rest of the space.
47. Mismatched Accents Come Together For An Eclectic Design
Throwing together a jumble of decor items and accents can be dangerous for any designer. While ideally the finished product can be eclectic and unexpected, you risk creating a look that is mismatched and tacky. This homeowner managed to work with several different pieces while still creating a uniform look. The two hanging light fixtures don’t necessarily match, but somehow come together beautifully. The kitchen table features two distinctively different chairs and a delicate silver stool, yet somehow all work together beautifully. If you’re a fan of eclectic designs, take inspiration from this homeowner’s whimsical yet fluid kitchen design.
48. The Ultimate in Futuristic Modernity
No one will ever accuse this little kitchen of being rustic or homey. This stunning modern design is bold, brilliant and completely futuristic. The sleek black cabinets serve as a sort of accent wall, contrasting beautifully against the stark white of the rest of the space. The focal point is without a doubt the frosted glass light fixture, which adds to the futuristic feel. The lighting under the breakfast bar helps to create a chic glow. This homeowner was wise to avoid any artwork or decor items, instead letting the inspired architecture and design speak for itself.
49. A Plethora of Colors and Shapes
There’s something about working with a wide array of colors that just brings life to any room. This homeowner painted the base of the center island red to create a gorgeous focal point in this kitchen. The multi-colored floor-to-ceiling artwork also adds a lot of life and joy to this space. By working with these multiple colors, they had a lot of freedom in selecting decorations and accents for the shelves and countertops. Take a cue from this homeowner and keep walls white and neutral if you plan on decorating with a lot of bold colors and textures.
50. A Chef’s Dream Kitchen
If you’re a whiz in the kitchen, don’t feel limited by a small space. By installing a shelving unit and under-cabinet rods for hanging utensils, this homeowner is able to store a lot in a relatively little area. However, by keeping things neat and organized, the area never seems cluttered or overwhelming. The near-black gray of the cabinets juxtapose beautifully against the silver countertops and backsplash. This space is truly evocative of the visible kitchens you see in upscale restaurants. Professional and novice chefs alike would feel plenty at home in this sophisticated but functional kitchen.
Turn A Little Kitchen Into Something Big With These Fifty Gorgeous Designs
When it comes to kitchen decorating ideas, many people oftentimes mistake a small space as a death sentence for their creativity. However, as you plainly see from these fifty beautiful designs, this is simply not the case. Just because a kitchen is small doesn’t mean that your design ideas can’t be big. Whether you want a rustic country feel or something sleek, chic and modern, you can achieve the look you want in a smaller kitchen space.
When designing a little kitchen, keep certain decorating tips in mind, like using reflective materials, mirrors and “decorating up” to create the illusion of of larger space than what you’re actually working with. Find something that will work for your lifestyle, compliment the rest of your decor and most importantly, let your personality and design taste shine through. Just because your kitchen is small doesn’t mean that it can’t be absolutely full of life.