Minimalist Designs for Small Kitchens

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Nowadays, it comes to no surprise that more and more people are moving and living in bigger cities. Which implies that many are living in smaller apartments to accommodate living expenses. And naturally we want to feel good and comfortable in our own homes. What solutions do we have for decorating our tiny space we call home?For tiny apartments, it exists some ways to optimize the space and feel delighted with your home interior.


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Tip: If space is truly not enough, the decoration color should suit together for the perfect kitchenette!


Kitchen is an essential part of the home that has to be optimized. You can be willing to cook only if you feel comfortable and chill in your kitchen. How to get over a lack of space? So how do you improve the kitchen?

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First, the kitchen must be bright since it makes your kitchen look bigger. So don’t hesitate to install a wide window to make the natural lighting come in.

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Tip: Don’t depreive a the kitchen without windows. Having a big window will naturally have the Sunlight make the kitchen look brighter and more spacious.

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Maximum storage with minimum clutter is the ultimate small kitchen commandment. You must create maximized storage that ensure space to cook and move around freely.

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Tip: Avoid messy countertops abd cluttered items and leave more cooking space.

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You can add an extra storage up top for every small furniture. Indeed, the designer Brian Patrick Flynn recommends that to use clever storage, like cooking accessories hanging from the ceiling. Also, using a rolling ladder is more and more trendy to reach up-high hard places.

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Tip: Expand storage space, such as placing wall storage racks. Floor racks can also store large appliances!

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The use of a butcher block on the countertops to max out your prep area. This is not only practical for cooking, it is also very aesthetic and trendy.

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Tip: Add a copy board to the countertop and expand more operating areas!

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You can furnish your kitchen with folding chairs to save your space, or with see-through chairs because lucite barstools provide seating without blocking the view.

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