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Trending on Remodelista: The Cult of the Small Kitchen

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Trending on Remodelista: The Cult of the Small Kitchen

January 31, 2020

Remodelista editors have a soft spot for small kitchens, and after poring over images of the ones they spotlighted this week, we do now, too.

A compact \14-by-\10-foot kitchen that prioritizes storage. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Kitchen of the Week: A London Architect’s Sky-Lit Compact Kitchen.
Above: A compact 14-by-10-foot kitchen that prioritizes storage. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Kitchen of the Week: A London Architect’s Sky-Lit Compact Kitchen.
This all-white kitchen sits beneath a lofted home office on the top floor of the historic building. Photograph courtesy of Katrine Rohrberg from Danish Heritage: A Copenhagen Townhouse Renovated by Hand. Alexa shares how to replicate the look in Steal This Look: A Pale and Perfect Under-the-Eaves Kitchen in Copenhagen.
Above: This all-white kitchen sits beneath a lofted home office on the top floor of the historic building. Photograph courtesy of Katrine Rohrberg from Danish Heritage: A Copenhagen Townhouse Renovated by Hand. Alexa shares how to replicate the look in Steal This Look: A Pale and Perfect Under-the-Eaves Kitchen in Copenhagen.
Above: The impossibly tiny (and impossibly chic) kitchen designed by an architect. Photograph by Peter Bennetts via ArchDaily, from Small-Space Living: A 410-Square-Foot Family Flat in Sydney.
This kitchen is “maximum counter and storage space, minimum fuss,” according to its designers. Photograph courtesy of Avenue Design Studio, from Texture and Light: A Designer/Photographer’s Own Family House in the Netherlands, Revamped.
Above: This kitchen is “maximum counter and storage space, minimum fuss,” according to its designers. Photograph courtesy of Avenue Design Studio, from Texture and Light: A Designer/Photographer’s Own Family House in the Netherlands, Revamped.
Designer Beata Heuman chose panels and hardware for the refrigerator that look more like a piece of furniture than an appliance, since the kitchen is attached to the dining room. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from A Rising Star’s Spirited London Home: ‘Every Room Should Sing!
Above: Designer Beata Heuman chose panels and hardware for the refrigerator that look more like a piece of furniture than an appliance, since the kitchen is attached to the dining room. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from A Rising Star’s Spirited London Home: ‘Every Room Should Sing!

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