Best small kitchen design ideas in 2017
Although his clients requested a bank of open shelving, designer Grant K. Gibson added a single ledge to their galley kitchen. "One shelf is simple and dynamic," he says. "You must have the ability to conceal mess, which manner, you'll be able to rotate your groups!"
The galley kitchen in the New York flat of Juan Carretero got two doorways, one of which opens right into the living room. To get counter space — and improve the perspective — a movable bar on casters crosses the gap.
Working with merely 72 square feet, Austin designer Kim Lewis opted for in-plain-sight storage. The copper-pipe shelving has hooks for hanging mugs, keeping the counter clutter -free. Without a dishwasher, a farmhouse sink can accommodate grimy pots and pans.
Designer Amanda Nisbet injected heat having Tom Dixon Mirror Ball pendants and a Macassar wood island into a modern Manhattan apartment. To squeeze in additional storage, little cubbies fill in the space above a bright window.
Adding additional storage is a good idea, if you're able to reach, that's. Katie Ridder installed a rolling ladder (just like the library!) in this superb kitchen to reach ceiling-height cupboards.
Chris Barrett found the tall 1860s Czech table, with beautifully turned legs at J.F. Chen. It works flawlessly in a space that was "too small to get a dining table and too huge to own nothing," Barrett says, serving as both breakfast island and buffet for dining on the patio outside the French doors.
This 1800s Federal-style house comes with a contemporary white kitchen. The smallness of the room let the homeowners to splurge on lavish fabrics. Crystal cabinet knobs and pulls, a Turkish marble subway tile backsplash, and taupe silk wall coverings make for a classic, indulgent space.