Transformation d'un studio
Une cuisine compacte (120cm) et équipée d'un réfrigirateur, hotte, plaques vitro-céramique et micro-onde.
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3. A real dining surfaceIn a small home, you rarely find a dedicated dining room. That doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate somewhere for a proper sit-down meal that isn’t at your desk or in your lap. Try pushing a small dining table up against a wall or window to seat just two diners.If you don’t have room even for a small fixed table, try using a fold-down table with stackable seats that can be pulled out when needed, or a convertible coffee table that can be raised to dining height so you can eat at the sofa in proper comfort.See these smart tables and chairs that maximise seating
Fold awayIt’s possible to have a dining surface in a tiny kitchen without it cluttering up the space. A wall-hung table like this one can be temporarily folded away to provide more circulation space when preparing meals, then quickly set up to eat dinner, or when you need a spot to work. Couple this will a few stacking stools and you may find you don’t need a traditional dining area at all.
Fold up…Folding tables have been kitchen favourites for decades, but if space is really tight, try fitting a wall-mounted version. No legs required, and the collapsed table will only protrude into the room by a few centimetres. Stacking stools offer compact seating, or try folding chairs that can be stored away or hung on the wall.