In this small, 1920s Tudor-style home, updating furnishings and adding a few coats of paint were all it took to make this kitchen makeover a success. In a 9x16-foot kitchen, utilizing every square inch of space was a must. Here, the peninsula overhang allows for two stools to be pulled up next to the counter.
Using simple touches is one technique that makes this tiny kitchen feel bigger than it really is. Marble countertops add a classic touch to the whole kitchen. Bringing cabinets all the way up to the ceiling maximized on the kitchen’s available space.
See how a few gallons of paint can transform your kitchen's entire look!
Gray, black, and white oval tiles make up the new backsplash, and the small square footage adds style without breaking the bank. Patterned roman shades brighten up the kitchen while bringing in an added dose of color. Painting cabinetry and stools the same color created continuity and simplicity.