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How do I make a small kitchen look bigger?

There are many ways to give even the smallest kitchen some serious style and make it feel more spacious than it is. Use clever storage solutions to stow away things when they’re not in use and, if possible, try a simple design trick: white fronts reflect light and help create the illusion of a bigger space.

Make space for extra storage with wall accessories

The transition from unorganised mess to an area that feels light and airy doesn’t go through an ‘everything drawer’, where you can’t find a thing. Put a rail on the wall instead and use hooks and containers of different sizes to create an orderly overview of smaller things, like pens, notebooks, scissors and extra keys. An uncluttered worktop gives you a bright and calm space where you can check your mail, pay some bills or simply have a well-deserved break. And the rail doesn’t only offer practical storage – it’s a nice eye-catcher that enhances the overall style of your kitchen.

How to organise kitchen drawers

Large drawers are practical places to store your kitchenware, but they can easily get cluttered without some organisation. Instead of stacking things on top of each other, use interior organisers to divide them up into sections. A peg board holds your plates and bowls, while a knife rack keeps your knives in place. Forks, knives and spoons find their perfect place in a cutlery tray. This cabinet features a drawer in a drawer so that you can utilise the entire height without breaking up the sleek front on the outside but keep your kitchen’s streamlined and visually appealing atmosphere.

An open feel with glass cabinets

Create a feeling of spaciousness by adding glass doors and visually open up your kitchen – glass reflects natural light, contributing to a brighter appearance. Dimmable and easily installed spotlights on the inside of the cabinets enhance the atmosphere and give a good overview of the things stored inside.

Pull out extra functionality

You can simply never have too much workspace in your kitchen, but if your space is limited, flexibility is key. This clever pull-out work surface comes to the rescue when you need to unload your groceries or prepare your next meal. When your tasks are done, it can be pushed back in, allowing you to keep the airy feel of your kitchen.

Maximise storage and lose the clutter

If space is scarce, you want to use every square inch for storage, because the more you fit into well-organised cabinets, the easier it is to declutter the worktop and keep an inviting and open overall look. Smaller appliances fit perfectly into a narrow cabinet, easily accessible and neatly stowed away behind a sleek front.

Integrated appliances for a uniform look

Hide the kitchen hood, dishwasher, fridge and freezer behind the same front design as the rest of your kitchen cabinets – appliances that are out of sight don’t dominate the room. Monochrome surfaces throughout your kitchen give it a calm and elegant appeal and make it appear both airier and larger.

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