It’s been a crazy year so far, spending so much time at home you really realise how you use a space, and how you can make the most of it.
Cramming in wall cabinets may sound ideal, but you need to look at the bigger picture, what do you really need? Plan out sink, cutlery, pots and pans, cleaning products, fridges and freezers. And once you think you have that sorted, what else do you NEED.
Small kitchens, in particular need much more planning and thought to overall look. Having too many items out on show makes for a cauotic space.
Planning out your finishes will help you avoid an overwhelming colour clash also. Using two tone cabinets can help to make kitchen spaces feel less dominant in a small space. Matching wall cabinets with wall colour can keep it light and bright.
This is my theory anyways.
Too much grey can be boring, so using white, or a bold colour can give personality without blowing your mind.
1. Be restrained with colour choice
2. Plan for what you need before space planning
3. Keep worktops as clear as possible
4. Two tone walls to create interest without overwhelming colour
5. Tones tiles in with counter top
6. SAMPLES ARE KEY! Order samples of flooring, tiles, wall units, paint chips. And lie them all out for a few days and make sure your happy.