Small Cute kitchens don’t have to be cluttered or cramped. But how do you maximise space if you have a small or cute kitchen? We’ll we have you covered with these creative cute kitchen design ideas, that will inspire you to kitchen greatness in no time! Check them out here.
Cute Kitchen Design Ideas
To keep your kitchen cute, start thinking about what you need in your kitchen and how you will be using it. Will you be cooking up a storm, or will it be largely for toast, takeout, coffee and champus? If its the latter, bench space may not be a priority. But regardless of how you use it, you will want plenty of storage. Also think about the colour of your kitchen and how you can create the illusion of space through light.
You should also think about your design and how it will integrate with the design of your home and apartment.
Should it be a contemporary kitchen, or a rustic charmer with earthy timbers and traditional accessories. Either way, making it a joy to live in and use each day, should be your main priority.
Before you start, map out a plan of your kitchen with its dimensions, so you know how everything will fit together. By having a plan & theme at the start, you will save time and potentially money later, but buying things that will fit the space perfectly as you intended.
Once you are determined on what theme you want for your cute kitchen, you should set a budget so you will know what you have to spend as your design will be impacted by your budget. In most cases if you are designing cabinets, flooring and countertops for your cute kitchen design, you’ll be able to get top quality products much cheaper due to the size dimensions of your cute kitchen.
Creating your cute kitchen design will not be that difficult if you follow a few simple design rules and stick to your plan.
Your colour choice should reflect the mood you want to create and how open and spacious you want your kitchen to feel. Light colours are always best to bring in light, along with reflective surfaces to bounce light around the room. Clever use of mirrors and lighting within and throughout the kitchen can also add to the illusion of space.
If you are starting with a blank canvas, or white walls, you can choose to bring in colour by accessorising, like cute coloured kitchen appliances, cute hooks and coloured cupboards, coloured hanging hooks, or cute containers for storage.
You can also create depth in your kitchen by adding a feature wall, with a light pattern, or textured paint to give it a three dimensional feel without overwhelming the space. You can also use colour blending, by integrating your colour themes in artwork, tea towels or furniture.
For the furniture, you want to make sure that you are not trying to stuff oversized furniture into a small kitchen space. The larger the furniture, the smaller the space will look. you should stick with smaller kitchen tables, or a small kitchen island. You can also use perspex or glass furniture, or even mirrored furniture to enhance the feeling of space.