Planning for a tiny kitchen can be a headache as opposed to a restricted and small area. Good design and good planning can make the smallest kitchen a pleasant and attractive room to work in. However, squeezing in enough working and storage space can pose a real ingenuity test. All major appliances are essential yet come in fixed sizes and the other basic utensils are fighting for spaces.
Now sit down and make out a checklist of specified to make the best use of every single inch of space for you.
Ask yourself how will you use your kitchen?
Do you prepare mainly simply or pre-packed meals?
Or you enjoy doing most of the cooking?
How many people you normally catered for?
Do you entertaining guests very often?
Next, list the appliances and utensils your already own and those you intend to buy. Stand back and check if your current space can accommodation all the listed items with the least alteration. If you really run out of space, go through your list again and keep in mind that those items in list must have a purpose in the kitchen.
When you come up with the most optimal list and a clear functional purpose of your kitchen, you can start planning your in a different approach. Some people will like to get ideas from kitchen catalog. But the truth is those pictures are dreams and not providing much practical help. Everything is just a bit too big for tiny kitchen. You will have to order specially-designed and built units, but this is an expensive solution.
Try to get some kitchen design ideas from boating and caravanning magazine. Professionals have working out great solutions to these compact cooking areas and you will find some inspiration from them.
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