It’s the room where you whip up some crazy yet interesting combos, where you satiate yourself and most importantly, it’s the room with the refrigerator. Be it any time of the day (or night), the kitchen has been the source of many stories, witnessed countless recipes and breathed in numerous memories.
Just as you compile and assemble ingredients for a dish, we believe a lot of thought and effort goes into designing a fitting and practical work station, which is your kitchen.
It’s quite easy to work with larger spaces. It’s the small kitchens that present a challenge. And that’s what makes the task more exciting!
Here are some classy ideas for small kitchens.
Small Kitchens – Large Interiors
First, you must choose the objects that are a must-have for your cooking space. As one glove need not fit all, it would be unfair for you and your kitchen, if it were designed to match every other small kitchen like a mass produced object.
The benefits of small modular kitchens are plenty. But, it’s their large interiors which makes mapping out ideas for small kitchens rather interesting.
Storage spaces made to slide in and out are one of the most vital requirements for small kitchen owners. Elevate’s ideas for small kitchens include fittings from Hettich, a German company.
Hettich’s high quality products provide unique designs of drawers, sliding and folding doors, tables and cabinets.
Adventures of Small Kitchen Islands
Adding a kitchen island in small kitchens might be unheard of due to the space issue. However, a smartly built kitchen island can in fact be home to more storage space.
Depending on the space available, your kitchen island can be hollowed to store a variety of objects. Drawers for cutlery; shelves for pots and pans, racks for mats and plates; the possibilities are endless.
Journey to the Hollow Drawers
As drawers are a must have for small kitchens, you need not work with just one layer. Adding racks to these hollow spaces allows room for a variety of utensils and also helps keep your kitchen organised.
The Perfect ‘Top’pings
If you really like a majority of your kitchen surface to remain flat and neat, this idea will suit you best. Instead of bringing home a gas stove, opt for an induction cooktop that doubles as a kitchen counter. Be cautious for when it is or isn’t hot though!
Now you have some ideas for small kitchens to start with. So, go ahead and start using your minimum space to their maximum potential.