Remodeling A Tiny Kitchen? 3 Projects To Make The Space Feel Larger

Posted on: 14 February 2018

Remodeling your kitchen when it's limited in square feet can be a wonderful way to make it more enjoyable to cook in and prevent feeling closed in when you're preparing meals. Having a remodeled kitchen can also be great if you like entertaining guests at home, but find that your kitchen is one of the least inviting places in your home.

Before getting started with remodeling the tiny kitchen, consider the three following projects that can make a big impact in polishing the kitchen and making it feel much larger in size.

Don't Be Afraid of Color

One of the best things to keep in mind when you're remodeling the kitchen is getting new colors added. Painting the walls, cabinetry, or adding a colorful backsplash can make a big impact in the way that the kitchen looks. Many people make the mistake of choosing a neutral colored paint that's very light in color. While this can be great for some spaces in the home, it can make your kitchen feel drab.

Choosing brighter colors and being bold in your decision can make a big impact in how the final look of your kitchen is and how cohesive it feels with the other details in your home. Choosing more bold colors can also make the kitchen stand out, leading to it feeling like a bigger focal point in your home, despite the smaller size.

Get Clever About Storage

With a small kitchen, you've likely struggled with making sure that there's a place for everything. Getting strategic about having storage for all of your items can make a big difference in your small kitchen and actually end up freeing up space and making it feel more open. The taller cabinets are a must have, along with making sure that all the drawers are easy to access with features that can allow you to reach even farther deep into the cabinets.

Limit the Number of Appliances

When making changes to the kitchen, it's a good idea to consider just how many appliances you have. While a microwave and coffee maker may be necessities for your needs, you may find that you don't need everything in your kitchen. Reducing the number of appliances can end up opening up a lot of space in your countertops and increase the room in the cabinets.

Focusing on saving space can make all the difference in how roomy your kitchen feels and how enjoyable the space is to use. Contact a business like A SQUARED INTERIORS, LTD to learn more.


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