Small Kitchens With Big Style

Whether your space be large or small, there’s no limit on style. While we’ve become accustomed to grand expanses of full-slab islands and multiple prep areas through social media & magazines, we also see our fair share of more modestly sized kitchens. With proper planning & savvy design choices, small kitchens can be just as striking, functional and airy as their larger counterparts. Today we’re inspired by 3 modestly sized kitchens with style to spare.

Featured Design: Rose Dale  link

Featured Design: Rose Dale link

Featured Design: Rose Dale

Featured Design: Rose Dale

Above, this tiny kitchen plays with scale to create an airy feel. Using larger-scale ceiling height tiles with a bold pattern is a clever way to make a space feel bigger. It seems counterintuitive, but sometimes using a larger tile or texture is a great way to create an impact without feeling fussy. Paired with soothing monochrome Rosedale countertops & all-white appliances, this kitchen is bright, inviting & fresh.

Featured Design: Weybourne Matte  link

Featured Design: Weybourne Matte link

Featured Design: Weybourne Matte

Featured Design: Weybourne Matte

Above, this tiny kitchen is designed to have everything you need! An L-shaped cabinet design maximizes counterspace, while open shelves give an opportunity for both function and decor. Using Cambria’s Weybourne Matte design creates the pefect low-sheen soft grey tone to keep this space feeling serene.

Featured Design: Carrick  link

Featured Design: Carrick link

Featured Design: Carrick

Featured Design: Carrick

Lastly, this kitchen proves that small spaces don’t have to be afraid of colour! A gorgeous Carrick countertop brings the modern style of a concrete countertop but with the bonus of being maintenance free and food safe. Adding a pop of colour with a turquoise vintage-inspired fridge & classic subway tile backsplash means this space is a beautiful mix of old & new.