By Flavie Georgine. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 14:39:02 PM.
These tiny kitchens are common in studio apartments and other open-plan spaces. While everything is at hand (and limited to a single row), this layout is seriously lacking in counter space.
A small one-wall kitchen doesn’t need to be the focal point of the space—especially when you’re in a studio. Install folding doors or panels to close it up (and hide clutter) when it’s not in use.
It’s often difficult to open up a galley kitchen completely, particularly in old buildings, due to the placement of pipes, but you can still add light and air by removing even a small section of the wall. A portal or open corner can help connect the kitchen to the rest of the living space.
A small round table and two chairs are all you need for this classic setup that evokes a sidewalk café in Paris. Choose a petite table and chairs to keep the dining space from feeling crowded.
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