Chris Barrett located the tall 1860s Czech table, with beautifully turned legs at J.F. Chen. It works perfectly in a space that was “too little to get a dining table and too large to own nothing,” Barrett says, serving as both breakfast island and buffet for dining on the patio outside the French doors.
In Bill Brockschmidt’s 640-square foot apartment, the kitchen is found in the entrance hall and camouflaged in the living space. “Creating folding doors enabled us to transform the entry into a mini-gallery when we amuse,” Brockschmidt says. “We also can close off the dining room from the kitchen with pocket doors, so that once guests have arrived, we could open up the kitchen for cooking.”
Space- Bright and Glossy
Though her old dwelling is old—as well as tiny—and conventional, this homeowner requested a modern cooking space. The clean layout makes an ideal backdrop for collectibles. Mother of pearl granite countertops and frosted-glass tile comparison with dark cabinets, while a custom built, space-saving table on casters nests to the rear of the island when not in use.
“The kitchen is a great size, but little by Dallas standards,” Craig Schumacher says of the Texas kitchen he shares with partner Philip Kirk. They prevented an extensive remodel by installing affordable monochrome tile and painting cupboards Benjamin Moore Brilliant White. An extensive ironstone set overflows from shelves to walls.
This hardworking small kitchen features two space-smart pullout hidden stepladder storage for upper cabinets and pantry units. The usage of butternut wood, copper, hickory, and antiqued bronze give the room heat, while a rich blue beadboard backsplash delivers a shot of colour.
The owners with this bungalow that was American desired to make their small kitchen more exotic. Dark cupboards with brown-and-black tiger striping makes to get a sleek, contemporary look, while the pale solid-surface backsplash creates a bold comparison. The layout makes the most of very little countertop space with a wenge butcher block that slides over the sink. A dining table on casters allows an eight-seater when not in use to slide below the island.
To fake a bright farmhouse kitchen in a Manhattan apartment, Celerie Kemble painted the cabinets the White Dove of Benjamin Moore. The white-tiled walls, as well as a milk-glass along with brass hardware chandelier, create the chimera of sun that is extra.
Her New York City kitchen may be about the smallish side, but designer Sheila Bridges didn’t let that cramp her style. An elegant silvery-blue wallpaper adds some sudden excitement to some tiny space.
A top Realtor in your community, this homeowner, needed a unique little space to flaunt to her clients. That’s just what she got with all the dark shoji-style cabinets and custom round butcher block table on casters. Floating shelves, which help to open up the miniature kitchen flank the cooking range.