Contemporary KitchenContemporary Kitchen, New York
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9. No door. Removing the kitchen door is so easy and helps a small room feel much larger. Better still, have the opening widened or a wall removed. Opening up the kitchen is about more than style — having extra space to move around in will help keep two cooks from bumping into each other quite so much.10. Make paring back an art form. Keep the best and ditch the rest. Keep only the best knives, your favorite set of glasses, the most adorable teakettle, the most frequently used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.More: How Much Stuff Is Enough?10 Tiny Kitchens Whose Usefulness You Won’t BelieveTell us: Do you have a tiny kitchen? What works for you?
The stove is still visible from the bed, but the new kitchen palette makes it a much more pleasing sight. The bleached oak in the pass-through works well with the studio's tongue and groove oak flooring.