Small kitchens need big ideas
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Do more with less, do more with less. In tough times, those words seem to ring through our work lives, our bank accounts, our home lives. With smaller, recession-style budgets, designers are doing more with less in the kitchen, and the results range from bizarre to brilliant.
- Treehugger expands on small kitchens, and uses the founder's 420-sq.-ft. apartment as a model for new, smaller induction cooktops. Fancy doesn't have to be enormous, turns out, and includes brands familiar to us all.
- Inspiration from Apartment Therapy, whose editors know a thing or two about making the most of tight spaces.
- Musing from The Kitchn about how to actually LIVE in a small kitchen, maybe something worth talking to that client about, the one who wants the 36" commercial style range in their 8"x15" galley-style footprint. The takeaway? Be prepared to clean A LOT AND CONSTANTLY.
- BHG presents a made-over small kitchen that's big on organization.