By Clair Jacques. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, November 24th, 2017 - 19:10:41 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.
Transform an unused corner into a cozy dining nook. You can install built-in seating or go for benches that will hug the wall and make use of every square inch of space.
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.
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.
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