By Mirabelle Alexandre. Kitchen Design. Published at Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 - 06:39:11 AM.
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.
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.
Whether you choose a round or square design, a drop-leaf table is a serious space saver. The base serves as extra counter space and the leaves can be raised or lowered depending on how many people you're hosting.
Galley kitchens have a tendency to feel cavelike, but removing the upper cabinetry and replacing it with shelving can help open the space up. Limit tall storage to the pantry area, where you can keep bulky items that you don’t use frequently, rather than on the counter.
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