Having a smaller space doesn't mean you have to settle. You can still remodel to have your dream kitchen. These 5 tips brought to you by Lakeville Kitchen & Bath will help you maximize your space.
Using lighter colors like whites and grays can really open up your space and make it look and feel bigger. Choosing two or three colors to use for your whole kitchen will make it seem more organized and clean. Having an accent color can also be beneficial as it would brighten up the space.
Organization is key when working with a small space. Spice racks can be used to keep
all of your spices in order and easy to find, while also taking up less room than if they were
all scattered. Hooks on the inside of cabinets can also help maximize your storage space.
These hooks can be used for anything from measuring cups to pot holders.
Lazy Susans help make the most of corner cabinet space. A Lazy Susan is a
circular revolving shelf that can be put in corner cabinets so that you can easily reach
everything inside. These cabinets can be used to house pots and pans, food, and more.
Over the Sink Cutting Board
Over the sink cutting boards are a convenient way to rinse and chop
your food. These are especially helpful when having a smaller kitchen
because these cutting boards also act as additional counter space.
When having a small kitchen you want to utilize all of your available space. One way
to do this is to include a cabinet above your refrigerator and microwave. What would
be wasted space between your appliances and ceiling can now be used for extra storage.
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