By Verene Samuel. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 10:49:25 AM.
If those bulky pots and pans are taking up valuable storage space, try hanging them from a rack to create a culinary centerpiece (and free up room in your cabinets for other essentials).
Tile isn’t just for the kitchen floor or the backsplash. Cover a wall with a graphic pattern or a tile mural for a vibrant display that’s practically a work of art. Bonus: It’s easy to clean.
You may not have room for an island and a kitchen table, so why not choose a piece that can do both? All you need to do is pull up some stools and voilà, instant dining area.
You may not have space to expand or add a full island, so think about bringing in a table that can do double duty as a spot for prep and dining. Even a narrow console can work as a spot to set tools and ingredients on while you cook.
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