5 Ways to Make Your Tiny Kitchen Bigger
The greatest food holiday is quickly approaching, but we all know how stressful Thanksgiving can be for those who are hosting. Every inch of your tiny kitchen will be jam-packed with food while your stove, oven, and fridge will all be in full use like an orchestra of deliciousness. Let’s not forget that Even though you are busy getting irresistible turkey and mashed potatoes ready, that doesn’t guarantee your family and friends aren’t going to be in the kitchen with you. The kitchen is the heart of your home, so it’s only natural that your kitchen will be the hot spot of the holidays too. So with all the stresses of Thanksgiving, it can be even harder and more stressful for those with a not so roomy kitchen. Not everyone has a big and super updated kitchen, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have the best Thanksgiving dinner in your tiny kitchen. Even if your kitchen isn’t the most spacious, you can actually maximize the tiniest of spaces without sacrificing style with these five clever kitchen tricks.
If you’re not for the eccentric and clutter-infested style, then consider a minimalistic approach to really open up space in your kitchen. Minimalism is all about keeping what is necessary and ridding yourself of all that is not. Functionality is key when it comes to design, so pare down your clutter and your tiny kitchen is guaranteed to feel bigger. Get yourself a smaller faucet even to really open up more space in your kitchen.
A lavish spark of traditionally stylized glamour is brought to your kitchen ensemble with this beautiful faucet. Because of the horizontal pop that it gives, it is more of a centerpiece, perfect for planning a design around. Additionally, the unique look is great for a variety of styles from Art Deco to Farmhouse.
If you need all the counter space you can get, then try hiding all of your bulky appliances away into storage bins. Instead of letting your coffee-maker or giant mixer take up all your counter space, think of storing them away into a stylish storage bin. Storage bins come in a wide array of styles, so there will be plenty that will fit your style. Consider storing the bins up onto a shelf or into a cabinet to keep your kitchen stylish and fun.
Transcend your home into a futuristic utopia with this faucet’s brilliant craftsmanship and modern, curved spout with ergonomic levers. Designed for optimum versatility and functionality, the multiple spray settings and extendable spout of this pre-rinse faucet make for enjoyable cleaning experience. Additionally, the rotating swivel spout leaves no area of the sink untouched as the industrial look of the exposed spring provides a residential function.
DIY Pot Rack
Do you have so many pots and pans that it seems like it’s all over your tiny kitchen? Do they take up the most space in your kitchen or that you barely have any room for them? Consider creating your own pot rack by installing a towel rack and attach hooks onto the handles of your pots and pans. A simple and easy solution to your clutter of pots and pans dilemma.
Much more than just a towel bar, you can install this towel bar to store all of your pots and pans. Available in multiple finishes, this 24″ bar can quickly become an essential piece of your kitchen design. Pair with other accessories from the Heritage Collection.
Believe it or not, but color plays a large role in opening and brightening up space. Consider lightening up your palette to really open up your space and making your kitchen look bigger. Go with whites and grays, or even subtle pale hues to really bring together your tiny kitchen while also opening up space. Light and bright is the key when it comes to your color palette.
Recommended: Gourmetier LS8711CTLSP Continental Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet with Side Sprayer, Polished Chrome
Transcend your home into a futuristic utopia with this faucet’s brilliant craftsmanship and modern, curved spout with ergonomic levers. Easily adaptable to any kitchen, the Continental single-handle kitchen faucet is prized for its easy-to-use single handle. This makes it the perfect fixture for multitasking as you can adjust temperature and volume in one swipe.
Build Up, Not Out
Many may not think too much about it, but your walls are your biggest solution when it comes to storage in your tiny kitchen. Think outside of the box when you are looking for ways to maximize the space in your kitchen. Build more shelves, install a pot filler faucet, or get yourself a towel bar to utilize all the space in your kitchen.
This faucet boasts a bold, sleek design with its cylindrical styling. As an excellent tool to quickly, easily, and stylishly fill pots, eliminate strain on your joints. Pot-fillers are useful gadgets placed directly above the stove, providing easily accessible water. The foldable swing arms of this pot filler allow for an extendable reach of up to 20″ of length and provide long-lasting function due to their sturdy brass construction.