The Keukenkabinet: a kitchen inside a cabinet

Small spaces have always been a problem. It’s hard to fit everything inside when there’s not enough space for everything. That means you either have to make some compromises and give up some items or find another solution. Here’s a compact kitchen that can solve some of the problems.

The Keukenkabinet is a project created by johanneke. It’s basically a cabinet that is nothing but just another part of the living space when closet but that turns into a little kitchen when opened. This is a very functional and ingenious idea that allows people to save a lot of space without having to make compromises. Of course, it can’t be compared with a real kitchen but it’s something to think about.

The Keukenkabinet is not a replacement of the real scale kitchen. It’s something that I would consider adding to the living or dining room for example. It’s like a kitchen to go. You can have it anywhere and it’s really accessible and functional. You can store there supplies that you know you usually use in the dining room or living room when guests come over and this way you can avoid making the trip top the kitchen for every little item. It makes everything easier and it’s a really simple piece of furniture. I guess you could also paint it another color to make it mach with the rest of your décor.

Published by in Kitchen, on November 22nd, 2011


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