Small Kitchen Design Idea

Small Kitchen Design Idea

We say so many times that the kitchen is the heart of the house. But sometimes, it seems that we think only in those kitchens of American movies and series. Those that give us the impression of being bigger than a full department. Which also seem to have more storage space than our closet and are only complete if they have those central islands in which it is worthwhile to crack an egg to avoid getting dirty.

We know that this reality is not that of most of us. Our kitchens are tunnel type, with countertops on one or both sides, and in some cases are integrated into the living room. Maybe there is a table with some chairs, or maybe not. And it’s not the end of the world either! That kitchen, you cook, is also the heart of your house.

The first thing is to know how to land our expectations, being realistic with the meters we have for the small kitchen design idea. And with that, start organizing the kitchen of our dreams, taking advantage of every meter and every empty space. For example, if the idea of having one of those islands excites you, how about starting with a how?

If you plan to make, a reform considers the option of sliding doors. Those meters that are lost with the opening angle of the current door can be very useful. Bet on light kitchen furniture, smooth doors (without moldings). Include a glass door, showcase type, and prefer them with subtle handles or, even better, without them.

Now, if you do not have the desire, time or money to get involved, here are some keys to squeeze out every meter:


The order is essential in small kitchens, and that chaos takes up a lot of visual space.

Try to keep the slabs clear and take advantage of the walls to store. One of my infallible tips to keep everything in order in the kitchen is to take the food out of its packages and put it in jars that you can stack and organize by heights.


Cupboards with doors have two advantages for me: the first is that they protect food and utensils from grease and dirt; the second is that they help to hide small chaos. However, they take up much more space than open shelves or furniture.


The greatest virtue of white is its ability to expand spaces and bounce light. That feeling will help you a lot if you’re looking for your kitchen to feel less crowded and congested.


Surely the kitchen is the point of the house where we care less about lighting: the ceiling, the extractor hood and that’s it. But well-lit kitchens earn a lot, especially if they are small.

There are very nice small kitchen design ideas to get magical environments in your kitchen, from garlands of light on the shelves to led strips under the cabinets that are on the counter.

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