Room Inspirations Series/Small Kitchens
Photo Credit: Coddington Design, San Francisco Bay Area guest house
Just because you’re short on space doesn’t mean you have to be short on style too. We’ve compiled some of our favorite projects and inspirations to get you thinking about how to maximize your square footage and make your kitchen the favorite room in the house.
We love the graphic tile we added to a small guest house kitchenette! Paired with natural wood open shelves to show off some beautiful, simple white dishes and accessories. Keeping the cabinetry & countertop light makes the kitchen feel airy and light.
Manhattan or San Francisco, this kitchen design is elegant and clean. Full slabs of carrara open the walls and become functional artwork. Smoked gradient pendants tie into the deep wood finish on the base cabinets.
This heavenly all white San Francisco mini kitchen hides all the appliances and clutter you don’t want to see. The oversized brass bell pendants throw a ton of workspace light. Adding a small bar sized veg prep sink doubles the workload of the island.
Here is a super traditional, non- white, small kitchen that packs the storage in. The built in appliance garage and double cabinet island base is a great way to add hidden storage.
Got a small kitchen that just isn’t working for you anymore? Make your kitchen a space to love with a refreshing remodel. Not sure where to start? Try our fun Style Quiz to see if you’re MCM or Luxe. Then book a free Discovery Call with a designer! We would love to talk with you!