Compact, Narrow & Small Kitchen Design Ideas In Yorkshire
Looking for narrow, unusual or small kitchen design ideas? Besides creating grand, roomy kitchens, we also enhance smaller, narrower and more unusual spaces. Here are some ideas on how we can magnify your space!
Smaller Spaces - Amplify Light If Space Is Tight
To avoid congestion, you must carefully consider both colour and space utilisation in a compact or small kitchen. So handleless units, integrated appliances and built-in dining areas combined with clean, light-reflective colours are ideal. As you can see here, the white sheen finish on this Next125 modern kitchen is brilliant for bouncing back natural light. Plus, the illuminating pale blue gloss walls amplify the airy brightness while the red finishing touches inject contrast.
Compact Home Dining
As you can see above, snug dining areas, bespoke islands or custom breakfast bars will enhance a small space. We completed this 1909 Kitchens design with a custom-made, light-reflective white worktop that also provides a compact home dining space.
Smarter Kitchen Storage
Behind each door, there must be a place for everything. And there is with smarter storage. Like here, we used thin pantry doors and larders pull-outs to complete this gallery-style kitchen in York. We remodelled this narrow kitchen with Second Nature Millbourne Shaker doors for a timeless, airy finish.
Bright, Showstopping Colours - Disguise Your Size
Muted colour schemes are not for everyone. That is why showstopping bright colours are magnificent! Because they create interest points, they detract from the size of your space, as you can see here, with this snug basement kitchen conversion. With the absence of natural light, we reflected brightness from white walls and worktops. However, we enhanced this compact kitchen's unique character with bright teal units and showstopping orange walls!
Softer Corners Make Small Spaces Flow
Softer corners and round cabinets are space-saving and create a premium-look. Plus, they protect you from bumps on pointy edges, which is common in snug kitchens. They also allow you better access to corner storage, as you can see above in this Shaker 1909 Kitchens project near Wakefield. We finished this kitchen with a custom-cut round-edged granite worktop. The results showcase a compact, smooth-flowing kitchen that is magnified by light-mirroring worktops.
Start Your Unique Kitchen In Yorkshire
If you’re in the market for a kitchen remodel, you’ve certainly come to the right place. Not only will we ensure your design looks sensational but that it maximises the space too. For some fresh ideas, why not get in touch? Scroll down and BOOK AN APPOINTMENT for a free, Covid-Safe kitchen design consultation.
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