Designing a kitchen is never an easy job for people with possession with minimum space at their expense. Eat-in kitchens, or more colloquially termed as built-in kitchens, are in vogue these days. Combine the Cooking area with eating one seems to be the best option these days, owing to the minimal amount of space available. Functional as a dining room as well as the kitchen, they enhance the pulchritude of the house.
Reflective surfaces are also very beneficial when it comes to making your kitchen look bigger. Placement of mirrors or any other reflective surfaces will help in the reflection of light and present the illusion of having a larger and more illuminated space. One right way of using reflective surfaces in your kitchen is to coat the table and chairs, or any other furniture available, with shiny, reflective material. The flooring of the kitchen can be done by using shiny, polished wood, which again will help the light source to reflect and make the room bigger and brighter.
In the case of a low budget, you can always get old and repeated the method of painting your kitchen so that it would look bigger and brighter. However, I always try to opt for brighter colors as it ascertains a cooler attitude. Lights also make a difference, and hence proper application of lights is also very important. Colorful lights along with accessories, the one that won’t acquire your entire would also be of great help.
Stuff like welcome mats and utensils cabinet should be placed in a certain corner so that it won’t seem to be hanging over your head. Apart from this, you can always go for retiling so that it would reflect the light emitted from the light source and make the kitchen look spacious. White tiles are most conveniently preferable. It will make your kitchen look bright as well as capacious. Lights bounce from these shiny surfaces making the space roomier. Also, consider having cabinets with a front mirror so that again the same logic of reflection could be applied. Refrain from using huge furniture and stick to pretty, small ones.