A Newbie Guide on Houses: Kitchen Interior for Small Houses
Are you looking to get yourself some information on kitchen interior for small houses? There was a time where everything seemed simple enough. Back when land ownership was not a thing, an aspiring chef would only need to gather up some firewood, spark a flame, hunt something, and put your prize upon the fire. No longer than that and everything would be tastier than eating raw animal meat.
If everything was as simple as that, then there was no need for me to write about this. Now, we need to have kitchens and have it nicely designed to avoid the judging gaze of the snobs (and to avoid unwanted stuff to happen, if you catch my meaning). Unfortunately, things are not simple in this time of the age, and there was nothing we could do about it.
Instead of brooding about it, we should always strive to find the solution to said problem. That is why I am here, my friends. I am here to help you solve that problem. With my usual wit and a bit of research on my end, nothing can stop me from helping you solve the problem you are having now.
For today’s problem, I would like to talk about kitchen interior in small houses. Having a small house could be both a boon and a curse. For the good part, we do not have to walk a distance to reach one room to another and some people prefer to have a compact yet ‘homely’ house. The price would not be high either, so a young family could afford that particular house. The bad part is that we could not fit many family members nor furnishings in it, thereby limiting our freedom in designing the interior of our house. The price of compactness is freedom, ladies and gentlemen, you would do well to remember that.
Now that I have wasted lots of time, let us start with one of the famous example of small kitchen designs:
The extraordinary common kitchen style for small houses
Now this one here is a design where a room is dedicated for a kitchen only (as in furnished with full kitchen appliances and without any furnishings that would not be in a kitchen). For this style, you can dedicate the whole ‘box’ (assuming said room is square-shaped) of room with kitchen appliances. Kitchen counters, kitchen shelves, stoves, ovens, microwave, and dishwasher, all positioned in a place conforming the shape of the room.
This one style in particular will make your kitchen looks a bit bigger thanks to the amount of furnishing in place. What makes this choice an unlikely option for some is the fact that the whole room is dedicated to a kitchen only. Some houses are too small for a dedicated kitchen, so some house owners may choose to opt out of this option.
Nevertheless you could always choose the second option, which is: The half-room kitchen
This is an alternative to the first choice. In here, you try to fit half a kitchen inside a particular room, with the other half furnished with dining room furnishings or another furnishings of your choosing (although I have to admit furnishing it with another furnishes aside from dining room furnishes would make it look weird, but it is YOUR house). In here, you need to fit the important appliances like stoves and possibly a few counters. This choice is very simple and very compact, making it possible for you to turn the other half of the room into a dining room or another kind of room.
The bad side is of course you would have less workspace if you were aspiring to be a chef. Not that many great chefs start at big kitchens, but more workspace is always appreciated for leaners of the culinary art.
I guess that is all about it. I hope I can help you with this article about kitchen interior for small houses.