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            Kitchen Advice

            Small Kitchen Ideas

            All great things come in small packages and a kitchen can be both stylish and functional with clever planning and smart measures that make it more organised. These ideas for small kitchens will help get the most of all available space, whether that is within an existing interior or for a new small kitchen design.

            Small kitchens in real homes

            Get cosy with cashmere

            Claire @ctc_home wanted her small kitchen to look stylish for years to come, so she picked a warm, cashmere shade for her cupboards. As well as creating a cosy feel, this pale tone keeps the room looking open and is versatile enough to complement a variety of decors.

            See Claire's kitchen makeover
            Small Kitchen Ideas @goodchantier - Clerkenwell Super Matt Charcoal

            Work with one wall

            By keeping all the units to one wall, @goodchantier has created a linear style that looks stylish and saves on floor space. This layout also offers an uninterrupted length of counter space, which makes the design more functional and easier to use.

            Small Kitchen Ideas @rukminipatelinteriordesign - photographer @megantaylorphoto - Clerkenwell Gloss White

            Make it monotone

            Designer @rukminipatelinteriordesign shows monotone enthusiasts exactly how to create a stylish design using one colour palette. The cabinets, counter, and floor in @megantaylorphoto ‘s kitchen all use the same pale tones, which helps to maximise light for a bright and spacious feel.

            Small Kitchen Ideas @serafinaalice - Fairford Graphite

            Pick premium patterns

            @serafinaalice ‘s design proves that you create a luxe layout even in a compact room. They have incorporated marble and woodgrain patterns into the dark-grey scheme, which replicate the look of natural materials to create a high-end effect.

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