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8. If you have a studio or very compact apartment, then a space-saving kitchenette layout like this can take the place of a full-fledged kitchen. There’s wall-mounted storage for crockery, dishes and pantry items; appliances like a mini refrigerator go below the stove – making working in the kitchen almost step-free. One has the option to reduce the counter width to fit wall niches and accommodate only essential appliances. Read more: A Guide to 5 Popular Kitchen LayoutsThe Pros and Cons of L-Shaped KitchensTell us: Which of these space-saving kitchens would you want for your home? Tell is in Comments below.
For studio apartments, one might consider a kitchenette in place of a full-fledged kitchen. The counter width can be reduced to fit wall niches and accommodate only essential appliances. Wall mounted storage is useful for cutlery, dishes and pantry items while the space below the counter can accommodate the refrigerator and dishwasher.
24 Scale down……your appliances, that is. This wee New York studio flat cleverly turns convention on its head, with half-size gadgets ingeniously positioned. Seek out small versions of everything you’ll need, and ask your kitchen designer for advice on smart ways to fit them in.