One of the most common home improvement projects in the U.S. is kitchen remodeling. A single individual who rarely cooks will opt for a minimalist kitchen design while bigger families use this area more often in a day and will need plenty of storage spaces, kitchen tolls, appliances, cutlery & crockery and other kitchen equipments along with sitting areas for dinner gatherings.
Because smallish” kitchen inspiration is helpful to people, by labeling it as small” people know they’ll find practical and functional ideas that don’t require installing double islands or huge walk-in pantries that are bigger than most people’s entire kitchens or even houses.
The butcher-block countertops, black cabinetry, large industrial pendant lights, and a porcelain apron sink—all from Ikea!—kept costs down without sacrificing style, while black appliances (less expensive than stainless ones) match the cabinets for a seamless effect.
There are many options: wood, tile, tin sheets, peel-and-stick options, stainless steel or other metals, brick, marble and the list goes on and on. Installing a backsplash is an easy DIY, and depending on the material you choose, it can be very budget friendly.
On the refrigerator side we were able to squeeze in two tall pantry cabinets with lots of pull out drawers, a refrigerator I absolutely LOVE, two upper cabinets and the wine rack (selected both for its fun diamond design element and the practicality of someplace convenient to put bottles!).