These tiny kitchens make use of every bit of space they have
This 480 sq ft apartment gets everything right. The nearly all-white palette keeps the feel light and airy, the soft wood accents add a touch of softness, and the bold graphic patterns are modern and fun. Nothing feels lacking here — including space.
This kitchen actually belongs to a tiny luxury home on wheels. There are lots of clever elements at work here, giving the kitchen a larger feel. The skylights and white base obviously make everything appear spacious, but it’s the high end finishes — shelf brackets, hardware, and sliding barn door — that makes it hard to believe that this ultra-glam residence resides on wheels.
If you ever doubted the idea of a galley kitchen, this modern Swedish remodel is sure to change your mind. With lots of reflective surfaces and an 8.5 ft x 3.3 ft floor to ceiling mirror at work, there is plenty of light to enhance this cleverly designed and compact space.
Whenever possible, removing a wall can make even the tiniest of kitchens feel airy and spacious. This seriously small kitchen area is short on square footage, but you’d never feel it with such an open design.
Clear glass ‘walls’ dividing the kitchen and bedroom in this tiny apartment are the visual trickery at work here, making the most of a very small space. With sightlines extending from the galley kitchen directly to the bedroom window, there is plenty of natural light throughout and the illusion that this micro kitchen is larger than its square footage suggests.
The view of this kitchen from the bedroom illustrates just how small this Portland, Oregon home actually is. A nearly all-white color palette, lots of light, and open shelving make this space seriously cheerful and inviting. We’d have breakfast at that bar any day of the week.
By leaving one wall open and clutter free, this space feels as if it has room to spare, even though square footage is tight. Clever storage solutions hung at the highest part of the wall also give this kitchen an open and organized feel.
This petite pad in Australia is the epitome of tiny home coziness. While everything seems to be fitted into a space the size of an RV, things couldn’t feel more inviting and spacious. With a large window over the kitchen sink and plenty of counter space, this kitchen has everything you need, and then some. (Wait, is that a wood burning stove?)
Storage, storage, storage! This space is proof that a kitchen doesn’t need square footage to feel upscale, but it does need lots of well integrated storage solutions. Because every inch of cabinet space is utilized, the countertops can remain clutter free and clean, giving this kitchen a chic and almost minimalist feel.
Not every micro kitchen needs a modern design in order to work. Instead of incorporating the appliances into the cabinetry, this space is happy to keep everything on display. The resulting feel is eclectic, rustic, and almost old-world with cutting boards, dishes, and a vintage portrait on display.
We’re betting you’d never believe this kitchen belongs to a 500 square foot tiny home Thailand! We almost don’t believe it either. So much counter space! Such a big window! THIS is small space perfection.
It’s tiny, it’s retro, and it belongs to a chic 700 square foot box home — proving that small spaces don’t have to be all-white in order to work. he bold tile and bright yellow cabinets give this tiny kitchen serious character without detracting from its workhorse design.
Believe it or not, this 196 square foot space is home to three in Boise, Idaho. Taking advantage of length, a spacious kitchen is created by stretching cabinets along one wall, and integrating the appliances within. Even though space is at a premium, the homeowners opted for open storage overhead rather than additional cabinets to keep the flow open and spacious. While obviously practical, this kitchen would also be lovely in a home of any size. Love!
Original article published by domino.com