Maximise your small kitchen so that its looks bigger! From Clever storage solutions, integrated appliances, lighting and the colour you paint your room you can sure improve the flow of your small luxury kitchen without it feeling cluttered and compacted.
These design ideas will transform your space into an airy and comfortable area you’d want to spend every second in.
Colour in your Kitchen
Opt for a cool and fresh palette and paler tones to reflect natural light, the darker the tone the more light it will absorb and can often make a space feel enclosed and intimate. Lighter colours will lift a space instantly and is also practical too.
Kitchen shelving is a clever and essential part of your design that guarantees an open and spacious feel. Opt for shelving that seamlessly suits your space or choose something that adds character and interest. Open shelves can be used to display your favourite pieces such as luxurious crockery, plants and your favourite cookbooks and spices. Floating shelves are a perfect solution that includes useful storage and minimal installation.
Think clutter-free and uninterrupted countertop space that offers a practical preparation area for cooking and socialising whilst opening up a space that feels uniform and concise. Think about furniture placement and also free-standing furniture that adds flexibility.
Streamline Your Cabinets
Think about your cabinetry placement. Having tall or deep furniture can make a space feel crowded and unwelcoming. Try and not to congest areas with cupboards, less can be more in some instances. Keep cabinets in one or two neat lines to draw the eye and emphasis the perimeter of the room. Deep pull-out draw systems and corner units provide the perfect depth for storing large pans and spices, keeping bigger items away from counter spaces.
Maximum amounts of light through natural daylight give the room a bright and airy feel. Door glazing that opens the outdoor is a must here as it blends the outdoors in as if you were outside whilst creating a relaxed feeling. If this is not possible then think about practical task lighting that brings real emphasis and illumination to an area, position lights under your cabinetry or floor level adding direction and dimension.
Maintain a streamlined look through unfussy design! integrated appliances such as a built-in microwave or ovens contained in a tall unit which will not fill up crucial worktop space perhaps consider a hot water tap which is a great kettle replacement.
White gloss is the way to go to make a small kitchen appear bigger. Use mirrors and reflective surfaces to bounce from the gloss kitchen surfaces, even stainless steel accents will reflect the light and make the room feel much larger. High gloss finishes, especially in white give maximum selection and perfect contract if you were hoping for a two-tone design