By Flavie Georgine. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 02:08:32 AM.
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.
There’s no reason to limit your art display to the living room. Enjoy your favorite pieces as you prep dinner by hanging a selection salon-style or placing them on a picture ledge. Make sure the pieces are protected with glass in case of spatters.
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.
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.
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