Designing a kitchen is tricky whatever the size of the room, but interior design for a small kitchen is an even bigger challenge. These design ideas should make your task a whole lot easier and ensure that your finished little kitchen looks bigger and functions better as a result.
Be clear about what you need in your kitchen
Second, you need to look at which of these areas you can double up. In the photo above, the kitchen table serves as extra prep and serving space, for example. To minimise your appliance space, opt for an oven that doubles up as a microwave and a combo fridge/freezer. You can even get a fridge freezer, like this one from Samsung with a flexible freezer compartment that can be turned into a fridge when you need more fridge space.
Take kitchen units right up to the ceiling
Turn your kitchen walls into extra storage space
Integrate appliances and consider slimline versions
Make use of the inside of unit doors
You asked how to design a small kitchen, we hope that these design tips will make your little kitchen look great and work brilliantly. Add your tips for small kitchen design in the comments.