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Kitchens Jan 18, 2023

Fabri Design Ideas For Small Kitchens

Small kitchens can still pack a punch with a stylish, contemporary look. If you’re not sure where to begin, we are here to help with inspiration from the Fabri team to create an impactful small space you will love.

A small kitchen may not have been your first choice, but this doesn’t mean it needs to limit the possibilities. In fact, smaller kitchens have enormous benefits too.

This includes:

  • Smaller kitchens save you space
  • They are less expensive to update or maintain
  • Remodelling and DIY are possible in a small kitchen
  • Smaller kitchens are a lot more ergonomic and easier to lay out

Tips for a small kitchen

Keep it light

Lighter tones can help to make your kitchen feel more spacious. Embrace natural lighting and try to keep the rest of your kitchen as light and bright as possible.

Go for minimalism

Keep your kitchen looking tidy and sleek by minimising elements in the space. Opt for clear counters and pack away any appliances that do not need to be put on display. A cleaner kitchen offers a more streamlined look.

Consider a galley kitchen

A galley or corridor kitchen is ideal in a smaller space. The look is of one like a hallway with counters on either side. Typically, one counter has all of the services (sink, stove, dishwasher, etc.), with the other side comprising cabinets and counters. When planning your small kitchen, it’s a good idea to learn how to work with the compact specifications of galley kitchens. For one, minimize the size of the sink in order to give yourself more countertop space. You should also look into slimmer, space-saving appliances.

Get creative with storage

In smaller spaces, storage can be a challenge. This is why it is important to get creative and optimise your storage capacity in a smaller kitchen. Kitchen cabinet manufacturers have come up with great ideas about how and where to create storage space. For example, filler cabinets with sliders can help you store baking pans, spices, utensils, and other smaller items. You’ll be surprised at how many kitchen items are small enough to fit in these narrow spaces.

Don’t be put off by a small kitchen. On the contrary, a smaller space may be just what you need. For design inspiration visit Fabri.


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