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Multipurpose Designs For Small Kitchens

2 Must-Have Designs For a Small Kitchen

I lived in a small studio for two years. While I was comfortable with my bedroom/living space and my walk-in closet seemed expansive, my narrow galley kitchen posed the biggest problem. No matter how clutter free my countertops were, there was never enough space to chop veggies and mix cookie dough. I did have plenty of vertical storage, but it was difficult to reach.

If only I'd had the Stove Chop ($49), my cooking routine might have been more manageable and less of a mess! The walnut stovetop cutting board made by San Francisco-based studio Jeremiah Collection fits right over your range, maximizing counter space and keeping cooking ingredients close at hand. The walnut goes through two rounds of grain-raising process, so that the wood has minimal reaction to water, and it's finished with food-safe butcher block oil. Better yet, it's just pretty!

Find out one more must-have design for small kitchens.

Based on the famous ladder chair designed by Benjamin Franklin, the Parawood Fold-Over Ladder Chair ($120) is ideal for use in the kitchen, flipping over to become a sturdy step ladder to reach your high cabinets. As an avid reader, Franklin modified his library chair, so that it could serve as a stepping stool to reach his bookshelves. There are plenty of variations on the market, but this one comes assembled and is ready to finish with whatever stain or paint color you choose.

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kellan kellan 4 years
This is a great idea! I have the exact same issue with my kitchen and ironically have the same tea pot as the pic above.
ella1978 ella1978 4 years
I have a gas stove, so I accomplished this by just putting a large cutting board on the burners. It is a huge help for cutting space, especially when all of your counter space is covered in microwaves and coffee makers! I should have marketed my idea years ago!
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