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SMALL KITCHEN

GET INSPIRATION FOR THE SMALL KITCHEN

How can you make the most of your kitchen when space is limited? A small kitchen does not necessarily mean cramped and stuffed cabinets and drawers - just as few square meters also does not mean that you have to settle for a kitchenette. There is a lot you can do to make room for all your service and your kitchen appliances in your small kitchen.

Here you get good advice on how to make the most of a small kitchen.

USE THE COLORS AND GET THE FEELING OF MORE AIR

If you do not have an extra square meter to expand the small kitchen, you can instead use colors that open up the room. That way, you can do much to create the illusion that the room is bigger than it actually is. 

Think about which colors you choose when designing your new kitchen. With a few square meters, it can be tempting to choose only bright and white colors, but by using both dark and light shades, you highlight the bright elements and create dynamics.

ONE ROOM LIVING - THE OBVIOUS CHOICE FOR THE SMALL KITCHEN

Make the most of your studio apartment with one room living. The kitchen's new central role in the home means it is no longer just a place where you chop vegetables and fry steaks. It's also where you drink a cup of delicious coffee, read a book or hang out with friends and family. 

When there is room for all the functions in a single room, there is a need to think creatively. For example, try an integrated sofa or a discreet pull-out table.

A KITCHEN FOR THE SMALLER ROOM THAT SUITS YOUR NEEDS

A good kitchen is one where the functionality is top notch and fits your personal wishes and needs. We all have very different attitudes to what our kitchens must be able to work both purely in terms of work and aesthetics. It is therefore important that you carefully consider what wishes you have for your new kitchen and whether they are possible to meet at the given kitchen area. Do you need extra table space to chop, cut and cook? Or would you rather save the extra table space away and make room for a small dining corner? So it's about getting your priorities and wishes for your new kitchen.

Consider the following 5 questions before choosing a new kitchen for the smaller room

1. What are you satisfied with / dissatisfied with in your present kitchen?

2. Should the kitchen only be adapted to your needs, or are you more about using the kitchen?

3. Should there be a dining corner? Or would you rather have extra table space?

4. What style do you want your kitchen to have - and does it fit the style for the rest of your apartment?

5. Can your dreams be realized spatially and economically?

MAKE ROOM FOR THE GOOD SOCIABLE

Do you dream of a cool SociableKitchen®, but does the small kitchen keep you back? 

At Kvik, the sociable kitchen is not just for large homes. For example, if your kitchen is an extension of the living room, a conversation kitchen can be an obvious solution. Then you have the opportunity to socialize with family and friends while the free meatballs fry on the pan.

See more about the  SociableKitchen®.

OUR SOCIABLE KITCHENS

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Linea Gloss offers plenty of storage rooms in cupboards and drawers, and is packed with innovative solutions.

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Mano epitomises Danish Design. The clean flowing lines with a unique handleless design allowing doors and drawers to be opened from above or below define good taste and sophistication.

GET TO KNOW THE KITCHEN'S 5 WORK ZONES

When designing a small kitchen, there is a greater need to be creative and think strategically. Your kitchen can be divided into 5 work zones, which are special areas of the kitchen that each have their own purpose. 

By using the work zones strategically and thinking about which zones you use in your everyday life, you get the most from your kitchen. Typically, zones such as the cleaning, cooking and cooking zones will be essential and indispensable in your kitchen. If you eat the most out, you can cut down on both the food and non-food zones.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SPACE IN THE SMALL KITCHEN IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY

When you have a limited number of square meters to romp on, creative and practical solutions become even more important. By utilizing the ceiling height and setting up shelves or slim cabinets, you get both space for plates and glasses without taking too much air in the kitchen.

EXTRA SPACE WITH XL KITCHEN DRAWERS

At Kvik you get more space in the cupboards. With our standard solution XL, you get 15% more storage in cupboards and drawers, without it going beyond the floor space. This is possible because we include a bit of the base and raise the table height to fit a killer human. Then you get both more space and a more comfortable working position when you linger in the kitchen.

AND XXL KITCHEN DRAWERS

For those who need extra space, we have made XXL. Here you get a full 40% more storage in the cabinets - then there is room for the big pots, dishes and pans. And best of all, you only have to give up 12.8 centimeters of floor space compared to regular kitchen cabinets. On the other hand, you get space for all the kitchen appliances - even those you rarely use. 

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ADVICE, INSPIRATION AND TIPS

At Kvik we know that very few have tried to buy a new kitchen when they come in to us. Our competent kitchen experts are therefore always ready with advice on both large and small, so that we can together find the best solution for your new kitchen.