It seems that everyone has realized how bad to have very small kitchen. The people with limited money cannot buy a big house. They have to deal with small cooking room. You don’t have to be frustrated with a small kitchen since it will look attractive if you know the ways to make a small kitchen look larger. You can focus on the ideas for the storage space and color schemes. The elements inside the kitchen should be balanced and perfect. The color consideration is the first thing to note.
You can make a small kitchen look larger than its actual look if the wall is decorated with light color. This idea is not expensive since you can get the new paint in the stores less than 50 bucks. You can encourage the sunlight to break inside the room if you choose white, cream or beige for the wall color. If you want to freshen the room and make a small kitchen bigger, you can choose pale blue color or butter yellow for the kitchen backdrop. The cabinetry in the kitchen is considered as the large furniture piece. Rather the painting the kitchen cabinet and island in dark tone, why don’t you pick white tone for the cabinetry? It can open up the small space in the cooking room. It can banish the crowded feeling inside the small living room.
Don’t forget to trick the eyes by installing a simple frameless mirror on the wall. You can bring more reflection of light here. It is okay for you to decorate the window using nice prints. Pick the simple print of curtain. For instance, you can decorate the window with fruity printed café curtain or pastel batik curtain. The fabric curtain can be made of burlap, sheer or chiffon. All of them are flattering to make a small kitchen look larger. The clutter is the main problem seen in a small kitchen. With the smart and creative storage space, you can avoid the mess. If you have a breakfast bar, mount a wine rack underneath. The sink can feature the shelving unit for easy storage for the dishes. The things that you always use can be displayed on the windowsills or nooks.
Published at Wednesday, November 11th 2015 by Natalie Swedberg