Looking for small kitchen ideas? Are you longing for a grander, more spacious kitchen but simply do not have the room to incorporate everything you want in your new kitchen? DO NOT GIVE UP! Help is here.

With our kitchen designers, multiple components can be added and subtracted than can make your smaller area more spacious and offer more than you dreamed possible.

With the help of clever plans, designs as well as storage tips you can transform your kitchen totally in a way to create more usable space. Below are some tips and tricks to help you get more out of your kitchen.

Making use of dead space

A good creative design is key when it comes to small kitchen ideas, which will most definitely maximise your bang for your buck. Here are a few clever design tricks that will not only create the illusion of a bigger kitchen but will maximise every square inch of the space available.

To do this, you should first look at the storage space you are currently using, if it works and how it could be improved to allow for a more functional storage unit.

You should try utilising every available working space to maximise your kitchen. If you have an understairs area adjacent to your kitchen you can use this as a hidden storage area like above.

Using room dividers and walls

A common theme we have seen in the past 24 months is customers getting creative with their living space, and borrowing spaces from other rooms to create a larger kitchen. One particularly clever example of this we have seen multiple times recently is people stealing some space from their adjacent dining room to allow them to create this larger kitchen like the image below.

 

Another option we also see regularly is people knocking diving walls between their kitchen and dining room to create one big open plan kitchen/dining room which has not only been very popular in the past number of years but also gives the illusion of a bigger kitchen.

Multifunctional rooms

After a vast period of being indoors over the past two years, we learned to get more functionality from other areas of the house. When planning for a new design we feel it is important to keep this in consideration because flexibility is so important, whether it be creating space for your kids to do homework or an area for children to hang out.

If you need to talk to one of our design specialists why not pop into our elite showroom where walk-ins are welcome. Call us on (046) 9732823 to get in contact. Alternatively, you can email us at info@dwkitchens.ie to get in touch.

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