You are blessed with a “space-challenged” kitchen? Hopefully. Small kitchens help you make quick work of your food prep, and tend to be more ergonomically correct. Not only that, you save energy and money.
Here are some ideas that you can implement for your own home. They will help you to maximize space, improve aesthetics and ergonomics, and generally make your small kitchen a better, happier place.
Space-saving: Most kitchens are far larger than necessary. Chances are, your kitchen is just the right size for the things you need to do.
Cheaper: The kitchen is the most expensive remodel in the house. You keep the space small, the use of these expensive materials, reducing your overall costs are reduced.
DIY-Friendly: commonly the size of the turning point between do yourself or hiring a professional.
Ergonomics: The old rule of the kitchen triangle still applies. With a small kitchen, the triangle is practically built-in.
Maximize Other space: Reduce the size of the kitchen space allows room for other areas of your home: living room, office, bedroom. Cut down on the kitchen size can even allow you to add a completely new room such as a guest toilet.