A small kitchen yet the deep color which connects countertop, backsplash and walls, at once expands the space and creates a dramatic feeling. Refrigerator/stove: opposite side
The 2 light fixtures centered precisely on the windows draw the eye outside towards the light. Notice the direction of the floorboards too, leading the eye in the same direction, towards the windows.
Well, in lieu of an actual "kitchen", we have a creative and I shall say, resolute determination to carve out a spot to cook, no matter what the limitations of the overall space. Brava!
With a very Japanese sensibility, this kitchen makes no bones about the fact that it is small, with a door that the space can be sealed off altogether, a bonus for those whose cooking styles border on the "aromatic" side!
An easy layout, vertical lines and neutral colors create breathing room in an otherwise smallish kitchen.
Sometimes all it takes a very charming print, here in this effervescent and charming curtain, to pull together a kitchen in a half a day flat. DIY-ers take note!
This kitchen has a devotion to form, as seen in the expanse of wall tile in contrast to utilizing each side of the hood for additional cabinetry. It's perfect as is.
VERY interesting use of a very dark color in a small kitchen. The countertop and backsplash flow together, as does the space above the cabinetry. Fewer color elements work better.
Although the refrigerator is hidden in this image, I like that there is space on both sides of the sink. The floor is a medium shade, not too dark, but the neutrals all just flow.
What's note to love? We have an interesting geometry of vertical and horizontal shapes framed by blocks of surrounding solid colors. Clean and spacious to my eye. The dining area more than doubles the usable prep space, creating a separate work station.
A grouping of disparate pieces and colors, the theme here is small but VERY fun/cool/interesting/chic
As we see in other small kitchens, one or two blocks of color, in this case, two neutrals, work together to create a spacious feeling aided by glass doors for visual depth