Cleverly used kitchen S-P-A-C-E
Living in a small S-P-A-C-E can be daunting as far as space utilization is concerned.
How can I make the best out of what I’ve already got??????
I like to cook and I like to entertain friends! Can you imagine preparing dinner in this tiny kitchen AND having fun? A NO-GO —- isn’t it? Rather go and visit your friends!
But that’s not the solution!
After a fun-filled brainstorming session, various trips to “Builders Warehouse” and lots of “muscle grease” it looks like this:
The fridge is raised onto bricks which generated sufficient space for cleaning bucket and gas bottle. The S-P-A-C-E between fridge and wall now houses brooms, ironing board and my favoured tool box.
Wall mounted kitchen cabinets and a double shelve not only provide additional space but act also as a feature! The height of the shelves is determined by the height of the raised fridge. Now the weight of microwave and books is resting on the fridge.
Finally the cooking section! My mini-oven would have taken precious S-P-A-C-E if placed on the kitchen counter. Now it “lives” in this Oregon Pine cabinet in harmony with other necessary cooking equipment!
It doesn’t take a lot of money to turn vertical empty S-P-A-C-E-S into real assets!