They say ” good things come in small packages,” which is definitely the case for small kitchen ideas. You don’t need a lot of space to design and create a beautiful modern kitchen.
Below are some of our favorite small kitchen designs.
Small Kitchen Layouts
If you are trying to fit your kitchen into a small space, the design is key. Planning your available real estate to squeeze the most functionality into your kitchen.
Here we have a perfect example of a galley kitchen. The entire kitchen is set against a single wall space. This leaves space for food preparation and a small table for eating.
A U-Shaped kitchen makes use of a smaller but wider area. In this white kitchen, we have the sink and refrigerator on opposite sides. The cooktop and range hood are against the far wall. This leaves plenty of space to move around while preparing the meals.
We have a perfect example of a galley kitchen with a small kitchen island used to prepare and eat. The white painted brickwork doubles as a backsplash.
Small Kitchen Apartments
When you live in an apartment, you know that space is limited. So how do you get the most out of your small apartment kitchen?
This black L-Shaped kitchen looks out onto an amazing view. The end of the countertop doubles as a dining table to make the most of the limited space. Black cabinet doors provide a striking contrast to the white walls.
White is a great color to use when you are trying to make a small space look bigger. In this kitchen, the white cabinet doors and table add light and a sense of space.
In a tiny one-room apartment, you need to make the best use of space. This tiny kitchenette features a small island that doubles as the food preparation and dining area.
The use of gray in the backsplash matches the range hood and the fridge. Also, the wooden countertop is a match for the wood floor.
The unusual counter next to the range is at a lower level than the other countertops. Even though this kitchen is small, there is plenty of counter space for preparation.
Small Kitchen Ideas on A Budget
If you are on a budget, you can still have an amazing small kitchen remodel.
The addition of the stainless steel appliances elevated this kitchen. The cabinets have been repainted to give them a new lease of life.
A tiny kitchen can still be functional. There is a sink, stove, and cooktop fitted into this small space. There is still ample counter space in this tiny kitchen.
This loft kitchen takes up a small area of the living space. Making the most of an amazing view, the floor-to-ceiling windows bathe the dining area in natural light. White cabinets are topped by wooden countertops that complement the wood floors.
The blue herringbone tile backsplash brings a feeling of space to this small area, white kitchen cabinets adding to the room’s light and airy feel.
Modern Small Kitchens
Using modern design principles will elevate your small kitchen design. From modern appliances to statement lighting, there are thousands of choices.
Adding a dash of color to this white kitchen turns a drab room into something to be proud of. The tile backsplash extends up to the sloping roof of the attic.
Following the curve of the rear wall, this small kitchen makes great use of space. The window above the sink helps the feeling of space as this kitchen is very cramped.
The modern kitchen appliances and counter that doubles as a dining area make good use of the limited real estate. The white subway tile backsplash is a classic look that never goes out of style. Light is supplied by the single glass pendant light above the island.
With white countertops and gray cabinets, this bright kitchen makes perfect use of the small space. The rangehood provides the space with light.
I really like the light wood of the countertops and upper cabinets. The natural hardwood floors, along with the wood countertop, give a rustic feel.
Very Small Kitchen Ideas
How small is small? When your space is minimal, you need to pack as much into the small space as possible.
Below are some ideas for your tiny kitchen.
Using shelves instead of cabinets can save space and also look great. Storage space is limited in this kitchen, with the wall shelves used for crockery and pans.
Your kitchen sink doesn’t need to be large to be functional. This small sink doesn’t take up much space but is still enough for a few dishes and cleaning.
This small sink looks out the window with the oven and microwave in the wall next to it. With very little space, you need to get creative where you place built-in appliances.
A tiny kitchen for a tiny house. When space is limited, you don’t need full-sized appliances. A smaller fridge and cooktop are all that is need for this small space.
We hope you have enjoyed these kitchen designs and small kitchen decorating ideas. Whether you have a fixer-upper project or are just looking to install a breakfast nook, big is not always better.