Make Your Small Kitchen Feel Bigger

4 ways to maximize your cooking and dining space

By Kathy Barnes


Use these big design ideas to improve function and style in a diminutive kitchen. Here's how to maximize your small kitchen space and make it look—and feel—bigger than it really is.

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Kitchen by Jennifer Gilmer

Problem: There's no room for glassware.

Solution: Take a cue from barkeepers and hang shelves from the ceiling. 

Suspended shelves are a great way to take advantage of every inch of space. In an open-concept kitchen, shelves can even wrap into an adjacent space above a cabinet to build in a drink station.

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by Jennifer Gilmer

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