Catherine Norman. Kitchen. March 11th , 2018.
The need for small kitchen designs doesn't necessarily mean that your small kitchen has to be a disappointment. These days everything is getting smaller-phones, home video discs, MP3 players. It doesn't have to be a bad thing. Look at the smaller space available to you as an opportunity to flex your creative muscles. With small kitchens, creativity is definitely needed to get the most out of the available space, but at the same time, it can be more convenient and lead to you spending less time in the kitchen and more in the parts of the house where, perhaps, you'd rather be. In order to make your kitchen really stand out, here are six of the best ideas for maximizing space and efficiency:
Making sure that your kitchen is easy to clean is also an important factor in your decisions. Choosing countertops made of easy-to-clean materials and a countertop with raised edges to prevent spills are just a few ideas you can utilize in your design. This is especially important when you have young children and your time in the kitchen is limited.
Express Yourself Artistically and Inexpensively. Nothing makes a room feel completely renovated more than a fresh coat of paint. Repaint your kitchen walls in a shade that is completely different from your existing color. Either choose a paint that goes along with your cupboards or redecorate them to compliment the walls. Your paint and supplies should be purchased at Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart offers an extensive paint collection which easily rivals the size of most paint stores. The best part of shopping at Wal-Mart though is the great value. You know your budget, as slim as it is, and Wal-Mart has quality paints at prices you can easily afford.
Warming drawers can be a great touch in your cook's kitchen, but will likely need to be installed by a hired contractor. These drawers are great for keeping cooked and bake dishes warm until service time. They are usually disguised as storage space and don't take up much room.
Thick wooden shutters on the windows, or canvas canopies, function not only to provide shade in summer but protection from freezing winds too. Stone or tiled floors are pleasantly cool in the summer and may be warmed up by mats or rugs if necessary And you may have a door opening directly from the kitchen onto the garden that can be left open permanently when the weather is fine to allow a cooling breeze to refresh the kitchen. But cool breezes become icy draughts in winter so this will probably need weatherproofing - with a warm and colorful curtain perhaps. And flexible but reliable heating that can respond quickly to changes in the weather is a modern convenience that nearly everyone would consider essential.
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