9 Small Kitchen Decor Idea

Replace some upper cabinets with open shelving. This not only creates a more open feel but also provides a place to display attractive kitchenware, adding visual interest.

1. Open Shelving

Choose light, neutral wall and cabinet colors. The kitchen appears brighter and more open with light hues. White, light gray, and pastels are options.

2. Light Hues

Use mirrors strategically to create the illusion of more space. Place a mirror on a wall or backsplash to reflect light and make the kitchen feel larger than it is.

3.  Mirrors

Choose compact and multi-functional furniture. Look for foldable tables, stackable chairs, or kitchen islands with built-in storage to maximize functionality without sacrificing space.

4. Compact Furniture

Install under-cabinet lighting to brighten up your countertops. This not only enhances visibility but also adds a touch of sophistication to the kitchen's ambiance.

5. Under-Cabinet Lighting

Free up cabinet space by installing a hanging pot rack. This not only adds a decorative element but also provides a practical solution for storing pots and pans.

6. Hanging Pot Rack

Make use of vertical space by adding shelves or hooks on the walls. Hang kitchen utensils, pots, and pans to free up valuable counter and cabinet space.

7. Vertical Storage

Buy small appliances for small spaces. Compact dishwashers, skinny refrigerators, and small microwaves save room.

8. Compact Appliances

Use lazy Susans, pull-out pantry shelves, and storage bins to maximize storage. Sort kitchen utensils with drawer dividers.

9. Creative Storage

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