5 Genius Small Kitchen Decorating Hacks


Unfortunately, sometimes when it comes to your home if you have a small space, then you could end up feeling claustrophobic. You don’t have to live like this. There are plenty of ways you can work to improve the feeling of space in your home, especially in the kitchen area which can be extremely small in the homes of the modern age. And some of these solutions are startlingly simple.

With that in mind, here are some of the most genius hacks that you can use to help decorate your small kitchen space.

  1. Install A Breakfast Bar

Designer Bar Stools

Having a small space in the kitchen can make it difficult when it comes to eating. Likely, you will also be a little bit lacking when it comes to seating to eat in as well. Which is why attempting to carve out a breakfast bar, no matter how small your kitchen, is to. It can help to provide a tidy solution to your problem. Which means it’s an especially ideal solution if you don’t have room for a kitchen and dining room, as it makes double use of the space.

The bar also means you can have some designer bar stools on the show, perfect for providing a stylistic accent in an otherwise small room. You don’t have much room to make an impact. So take every chance you can to do so.

  1. Reduce Clutter

Kitchen Design Ideas

Clutter is the worst enemy of small kitchen spaces.

Lots of unnecessary things on the countertops can make space look crowded, and this can reduce the appearance of space. So, you don’t necessarily have less space. But it certainly seems much more reduced and this can be difficult to navigate. This is why you need to remove as much clutter as possible from your worktops.

Remove items you don’t use every day. At most try to limit the countertop clutter to the bread bin, coffee maker, toaster and microwave. Everything else should be neatly tucked away in cupboards. And if you don’t have the room for that? Try to add some form of shelving to the to (explored more below).

  1. Use The Walls

Kitchen Without Wall Cabinets

Just because a surface is vertical instead of horizontal doesn’t mean you can’t use it, especially in a small kitchen space. Every inch is of vital importance, and so you need to use it as economically as possible.

Shelving, hooks and even some form of wire rack can work wonders in saving space in the rest of your kitchen. So, don’t be afraid to add a few of these DIY elements to your kitchen in order to get your space that much safer.

  1. Brighten Things Up

Bright Colours In Kitchen

Dark, moody, colours may make you feel like the protagonist in a dark romance novel. But, they can also create your tiny space feel that much more cramped. So, think less Heathcliff on a moor and more Mr Happy Mr Man.

There is a science behind colour and space perception, so use it!

Yellows, whites and other bright colours are a perfect way to achieve this look. Even having a sample of yellow on one wall or a brilliant piece of art can work, depending on your preferences. White is always a safe option if you find any other colours too bright or otherwise aesthetically unpleasant.

  1. Take Advantage Of Corners

Beautiful Shelving Unit In Small Kitchen

If you have a tight corner space in your small kitchen, chances are it goes mostly unused. However, this ignored space could be incredibly useful for you to take advantage of in order to make the most of what you have available.

You could easily turn a corner into a nice shelving unit or even a nook. Nobody puts Baby in the corner, but there’s no reason you can’t put something there.

And there you have it! The most genius hacks for decorating your small kitchen in ways that save space. Get working today, and your small kitchen could feel like a giant’s kitchen in no time.

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Himanshu Shah is the chief marketing officer at MyDecorative.Com, and he is also a young enthusiastic writer who is gumptious and talented. He has sound analytical and technical skills. He is a blogger, Digital Marketing Expert who likes to write on home decor.


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