When it comes to designing a small kitchen, the key should always be creativity. See how these top interior designers used small kitchen layouts to their advantage, transforming them with bold cabinetry, double-duty accents, and sleek lighting solutions.
1. Black and White Kitchen
In the glamorous PR New York City apartment, Sam Still’s artwork hangs on a wall covered with Madeline Weinrib wallpaper. Antique maternity chairs are from New Orleans and this special kitchen island has a Carrara marble top.
2. City Kitchen With A Country Feel
The New York apartment kitchen offers a range by Wolf, a sink and other equipment by Lefroy Brooks, his cabinet from Smallbone of Devizes, and Bertoia’s bar stool is next to Knoll.
3. Modern Galley Kitchen
In the kitchen of a bohemian family kitchen, the range of the kitchen and microwave by Wolf, the fridge with Sub-Zero, the custom hood by Vent-a-Hood and the table are Calacatta Gold marble. Hans Wegner’s chair, bought at auction, accompanied a table by Eero Saarinen from Design Within Reach. Vintage chandelier made by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte.
4. Dark And Sleek
In a Monaco apartment full of imagination in the 70s, Jeanneret’s small kitchen table and chairs. The oven, stove and hood are made by Aster Cucine. Meanwhile, sunlight floods space, making it appear larger than it really is.
5. Sophisticated Charcoal
The Chelsea kitchen at COO Etsy features a dark charcoal cabinet, which adds contrast to the white walls and marble table.
6. Rustic Connecticut Kitchen
For the kitchen in the Connecticut family home, design duo Vivian Lee and James Macgillivray collaborated with local factory worker Wayne Tobin. Equipment in the kitchen comes from Miele, GE, LG, and Fisher & Paykel. Most of the lights in the room came from Schoolhouse Electric, with the exception of Minka ceiling fans.
7. Weekend Retreat Kitchen
The Amanda Seyfried Catskills Retreat, designed by the General Assembly, is an alternative (and slightly calmer) alternative to the Hamptons lifestyle. In the kitchen, suitable for entertaining even with a limited square area, the range and hood are made by Wolf, the Whitehaus sink is equipped with a Kallista faucet, and the backsplash is made of tiles by Heath Ceramics. The island has a Caesarstone table, a pair of chandeliers by Tom Dixon, and a cabinet painted on Aganthus Green by Benjamin Moore.
8. Stylish City Living
Like most apartments in Manhattan, the residence of Upper West Side designer Kimille Taylor has a pint-sized kitchen – but that doesn’t mean she has to sacrifice style. The chic room contains a Bertazzoni oven, a Fisher & Paykel fridge, and a marble table. The subway tiles are from Home Depot and are designed from unique oak floors.
9. Dark Cabinetry
In Emmy Rossum’s New York City classic apartment, the elongated kitchen space has a range and hood by Bertazzoni, the cabinet is made by Scavolini, an antique runner from Stark and the photo by Roger Mayne.
10. Cozy Mountaintop Kitchen
Designed by Ken Fulk, this cozy Montana kitchen has a range of rustic styles and bonnet and this custom island is made of cherry wood with a slaughterhouse table. The bench is by Christian Liaigre, the backsplash tile is by the Pewabic Pottery, and the chandelier is in the Niche.