Who says bigger is always better? Whether you prefer your cooking space modern or boho-chic, these kitchenette ideas are sure to inspire.
The Kitchenette Concept
The kitchenette is usually a practical solution for utilizing even the smallest of spaces, but large rooms can benefit from the kitchenette concept, too. In any sized space, built-in appliances and vertical storage keep items sleek and organized. Adding in stylish touches, like a bright backsplash, marble countertops, and a chandelier is a great way to make a smaller space even more inviting.
The following roundup of kitchen remodel ideas invites you to sidle up to the bar, entertain, and enjoy the simple things in life like good food, a tasty drink, and friendly company.
Airy and Rustic
This little kitchenette is a breath of fresh air that fits snugly into a small multifunction room. Striped fabrics, wooden flooring, and bright touches hint at a nautical feel and tie all of the different functions together. In a kitchenette lacking natural light, crisp white walls help exude a daylight feel when paired with strategically placed lighting.
Rich and Elegant
A kitchenette is often imagined as a quaint, cozy space, but not all kitchenettes are farmhouse-ready. For swanky, high-rise living, a kitchenette can be transformed into a luxurious and elegant space. Peacock-colored tiles adorn the backsplash above a white countertop, which adds a brilliant pop of color among dark wood cabinetry.
Clean and Simple
Even a tiny kitchenette design can appear open and inviting. White walls and breezy white subway tile are the makings of a welcoming, fresh-feeling space. The black accessories and fixtures combined with lighter colored wooden accessories and countertops gives this kitchenette a blend of modern and rustic styling.