10 Ingenious Space-Efficient Kitchens

Originally published on Remodelista by Janet

A roundup of ingenious kitchen spaces—some no larger than a closet—that are minuscule yet functional.

Above: A tiny kitchen by Mesh Architectures occupies a nook in a 300-square-foot art dealer’s studio. The high-mounted oven includes a space saving feature where the bottom drops down for you to insert the food then retracts back up into the heat. See: Remodelista’s Favorite Space Saving Appliances for Small Kitchens.

Above: A galley kitchen in London by Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachi featuring walls of framed photographs and—ingeniously—kitchen implements either hung from hooks or mounted directly on the wall for immediate access.

Above: Brooklyn design firm Workstead integrated a tiny kitchen corner into living area of a small one-bedroom apartment; for more photos and information, go to Dwell.

Above: A compact kitchen tucked under a stairwell in the Broome Street loft project by Loading Dock 5 Architecture in New York. Photo by Sophie Munro.

Above: A tiny kitchen in a revamped carriage house in Oakland by SF architect Christi Azevedo.

Above: A kitchen in an East Village studio apartment of NYC by Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture.

Above: A minimal kitchen space made with reclaimed wood in a West Broadway loft by Ryall Porter Sheridan Architect.

Above: The Studiomama Beach Chalet on the coast of England.

Above: Two kitchens via The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.

Above: A tiny cottage kitchen in Helsinki, photo by Andreas Meichsner for the New York Times.



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  1. If you have an older home, chances are your kitchen is not as big as you wish it could be. Depending…t be possible. So, then what can you do to make your small galley kitchen look and feel as if it


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