Small & Mighty: Kitchens Proving Size Doesn’t Matter
Last week we highlighted Large Kitchens, this week we are scaling things down. For some, small kitchens present a challenge. Figuring out where to store cutting boards and toasters can be difficult due to minimal counter space, and cabinets. However, we don’t let that stop us from designing the perfect kitchen for your space. When it comes to small kitchens we start the design process with the layout. The most standard small kitchen layouts are one wall kitchens, galley, U-shape, (tiny) island, L-shape and peninsula kitchens. Next, we place the appliances. Our goals is always to achieve the highest level efficiency. For cabinet construction, we recommend frameless construction because it offers the most space inside cabinets. When selecting door styles we consider your personal tastes. If you like traditional looks, try a raised panel door with or without trim detail. For a simple look that isn’t quite contemporary, a shaker style is best. And, for modern contemporary kitchens slab doors are the best choice.