Small kitchens may appear to have a complicated design but they can actually be lovely, effective and useful when put to the test of renovation and redesign. There are three main points in redesigning a small kitchen and those are namely: storage space, lighting and placement of electronic appliances. For electronic appliances, make a kitchen roomier by just de-cluttering the unused electronic appliances.
Next point is the solution for storage which needs your creativity and resourcefulness to creating the illusion of a larger kitchen. A few concepts include adding an island to your kitchens’ hub which is not only handy for parties but gives you the extra storage space you need. As for shelves, it is best to utilize shelves that are soft shaded and come with glass doors. A lot of kitchen designs make use of a gallery design where drawers and shelves are lined up on both sides of the corridor which adds extra space and gives the illusion of a larger kitchen.
Kitchens that most homes are small and even those you see in showrooms or magazines are actually small. The space is merely highlighted by storage space, shelves and placement of appliances to make it appear roomier. Do not think that just because you have a small kitchen means you can’t do anything about making it appear organized and large. The quality and design of a kitchen does not depend on its size but rather on how storage space and lighting effects are merged together. Another way to make it appear larger is the fact that you make the kitchen a part of the house that provides a warm and comfortable atmosphere not only to family but friends as well. Lastly, the only thing that makes each kitchen design unique is your resourcefulness and creativity you bring.