Design Idea for Small Kitchens

17 thoughts on “Design Idea for Small Kitchens”

  1. The first kitchen looks waaaay too narrow to me. Is there even 36″ in front of that fridge?

    I much prefer the second plan.

    Great blog, enjoy the free e book and keep up the great work.

  2. I like that the top pictures shows that a small kitchen does not have to be cluttered and that you don’t need upper cabinets on every wall that is not occupied by a window.

  3. I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  4. Wow, I love the top kitchen. I have a galley kitchen which we are getting ready to remodel. The challenge is that we are already so limited in storage that removing the top cabinets would really open things up, but then where do I put everything?

  5. On the first kitchen I’d be tempted to see if there was any possible way to move the refridge back into the wall cavity by pulling out some 2×4’s. (replace with a structurally sound header of course).

  6. I loved the pictures. I thought the second picture looked the best. I would have preferred however if it was possible to have the sink and dishwasher not directly opposite the stove. These are the busiest areas of the kitchen. I understand that it looks better having the stove and hood central on the countertop run. It would depend on how busy the kitchen is and which is most important.

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