Teeny Tiny Kitchens

Not everyone is lucky enough to have a kitchen big enough for an island, so how do design a kitchen that feels open without sacrificing looks or storage? Its simple, borrow ideas from small spaces that make it work! 

1. Keep it light.  
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          2. Get creative with space. Open shelving can be a great low cost alternative to 
     upper cabinetry... If you are a neat freak I give you my blessing to do this. 

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          Honestly being a neat freak isn't enough, you have to be anal retentive. 
Its perfectly fine to be matchy matchy here. 



      3. Consider a microwave hood. I love decorative hoods, 
      but in a small kitchen they are not as practical. Opt for the microwave 
   hood combo and you automatically get more counter space.


4. Great Lighting. Who cares how small your space is!

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My chandelier is as big if not bigger than our table! Oh well. 
5. Personalize your space by adding a few pieces that make you smile. 

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