This is tiny kitchen ideas you may try to apply in your kitchen. The most important thing is this idea makes your kitchen looks tidy!
Antiqued mirrored glass on cabinet doors enlarges the small kitchen in a Brooklyn townhouse decorated by Jonathan Berger. Granite countertops and backsplash in Imperial White are from E. Stone. In a Manhattan apartment, the existing kitchen cabinets were painted Benjamin Moore Aura in Black. “I wanted it to look less boring and more like a smart butler’s pantry,” designer Lilly Bunn says.
Roman shade in Holland & Sherry’s Belfour linen. In a 295-square-foot Brooklyn studio apartment designed by Nick Olsen, the kitchen corner, done in white and green to blend in, gets a helping of charm with grosgrain ribbon trim and a painted plaid backsplash. You can make it looks smart and elegant too. Her New York City kitchen may be on the small side, but designer Sheila Bridges didn’t let that cramp her style. An elegant silvery-blue wallpaper adds some unexpected excitement to a tiny space. To expand a tiny kitchen in his San Francisco apartment, designer Scot Meacham Wood added extra shelves. Cabinetry in Ralph Lauren Paint’s Interior Semigloss in Scuba Black. Curtains in a Christopher Hyland plaid. In the kitchen of a small Manhattan apartment designed by Philip Gorrivan, iridescent mosaic tiles and a ceiling lacquered in Benjamin Moore’s Oceanic Teal pick up a color from the wallpaper in the hallway. Thonet barstools by York Street Studio. Roman shades in Homer wool in Verdigris by Gorrivan by Highland Court.
The cabinets in the kitchen of this New York apartment by designer Miles Redd are lacquered in Bamboo Leaf by Fine Paints of Europe, as was the roller shade by Manhattan Shade & Glass. Redd says, “We pumped up the color just a scootch and lacquered it to give it life.” Even the Sub-Zero refrigerator is painted green. Wich one of the tiny kitchen ideas that really yours? Make sure it is matched to your kitchen concept and color, including the kitchen theme. Are you ready?