A creative new look for a tiny kitchen

Just because you have a small kitchen it doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t find a practical way of organizing it. People do it all the time. For example, this tiny kitchen just got an inspiring makeover. The owners worked with Kristin of The Hunted Interior and together they came up with a perfect new look for the kitchen.

The renovation was completed in just one week and the cost was under $100. It doesn’t really get any better than this. Since they had a pretty small budget, the owners decided to work with what they had and to make the best out of the situation. Still, they managed to make some major changes. For example, they painted a full chalkboard wall and this drastically changed the whole décor. They did this because they wanted a more modern look for their kitchen and they also wanted this space to be practical and functional. The chalkboard wall allows them to write messages, to make shopping lists and to use it to make the space friendlier.

Some other changes include the fact that the upper cabinetry was painted white. The owners also added simple metal L braces for a campaign-inspired look. The new hardware allowed them to give the furniture a custom look at a very small price. The kitchen also got a new pendant lamp and this became their new accent piece.



Published by in Kitchen, on August 10th, 2012

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