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lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to 7 Small U-Shaped Kitchens Overflow With Space Maximising Ideas5 Dec 2018

Max out one wallIf you want to load your U-shaped kitchen with storage, but don’t want wall cabinets on all three sides, here’s an alternative. Leave one of the longest walls free and fill the one opposite with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. On the third, narrowest wall in this scheme, a half-and-half approach comfortably bridges the gap between the two cabinetry layouts. The result? A kitchen with tons of storage that still feels spacious.Read more:Is U-Shape the Most Efficient Layout for Kitchens?Tell us:Do you have a U-shaped kitchen? Have you used any tricks to make best use of the space? Share your ideas in the Comments below.

cherylfreedman
Cheryl Freedman added this to How to Integrate Appliances Seamlessly Into Your Kitchen1 Nov 2018

5. Whiten upIn this narrow space, a visible dishwasher would have ruined the minimal magic. The designers have chosen floor-to-ceiling cabinets that are flat and handleless, and kept the walls and floor white, so it makes sense that the appliances have been hidden away.Don’t forget to check the depth of built-in appliances as well as the width to make sure they’ll fit your design perfectly.See how these kitchens save space with built-in appliances

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Amanda Pollard added this to Why Get White Kitchen Cabinets9 Oct 2018

Create some spaceWhite is an ideal option in a small kitchen, as it will open it up and make it feel larger. Of course, that doesn’t mean white is the only choice for a small room – in fact, a darker hue can make for a snug, inviting feel. But in a very tight spot, like this compact scheme, the white units help to create the illusion of space. The flat-fronted design adds to the effect, creating a minimal, streamlined look that appears to widen the narrow room.See how these white kitchens mix it up with accents

optimisedesign
Optimise Design added this to How to Gain Space Without Extending It25 Sep 2017

Use every square inchThink you don’t have enough storage space in your kitchen? Could your kitchen cabinets be brought right up to the ceiling to give you storage space for those appliances you use less frequently? Here, every square inch is utilised, making a small kitchen extremely functional.See how these kitchen storage hacks exploit every square inch of space

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kee1966
kee1966 added this to BRIGHTON AVENUE6 days ago

corner bench and cupboards-how they manage the corner

wrendybird
wrendybird added this to Kitchen Remodel 20198 Jun 2019

Maximal storage in minimal space - very clever

dbegonia
dbegonia added this to Kitchen Ideas29 May 2019

If you want to load your U-shaped kitchen with storage but don’t want wall cabinets on all three sides, this design from TLA Studio offers an alternative. Leave one of the longest walls free and fill the one opposite with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. On the third, narrowest wall in this design, a half-and-half approach comfortably bridges the gap between the two cabinetry layouts. The result? A kitchen with tons of storage that still feels spacious.

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