By On May 24, 2018 Ideas
Whether you’re redecorating or moving into a completely new pad, making your home fit your unique style is obviously a must. And the amount of space you have to work with can sometimes be a hindrance—specifically in the kitchen. Sure, for most of us, this is a really tight space. But think about it this way: Less space means you can pack a lot of decorating punch with far fewer items. Lucky for you, we have plenty of small kitchen ideas to help you visualize exactly what we mean.
Storage space in a kitchen can seem like a secondary consideration until you think of all the food items, dishware, pots and pans, and seldom-used appliances that need a place to be stored when not in use. Luckily there are many places to sneak functional storage space into your kitchen pantry, ways to make kitchen storage more efficient and ideas for laying out a kitchen for the best workflow. And sometimes the easiest way to make the room more spacious is to keep countertops organized and clutter-free so you have a usable space for food prep.
There are a number of different considerations when it comes to choosing a material for your kitchen floor. Does the space get a lot of traffic? Is your budget tight? Consider our tips for selecting a material for your floors, which will help you choose what works best for your space. Hardwood floors are desirable and provide a classic look, but can be replicated by laminate which is a much cheaper alternative. There are a number of different pros and cons to consider when deciding between laminate and hardwoods, the main advantage being that laminate costs up to 50% less than hardwood. Materials like cork and bamboo, among others, are economically friendly kitchen flooring ideas that are good for green design.
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