Great Kitchen Ideas For Small Kitchens – Jim Marrazzo

Jim Marrazzo, Designer at Kitchen Views in Newton, MA

There are many ideas for small kitchens. The main thing to do is to improve the use of space in a small area. Try to cut down on unused material in the room and get rid of unused items. Think about replacing the 1970’s microwave that takes up half your counter, and try to replace old appliances with smaller more efficient units. You want to organize your cabinets and clear up the clutter. These things can help you create the illusion of a more spacious kitchen. Removing a few items and organizing your cabinets will make your kitchen more open and friendly.

In the 1970’s, homemakers were proud to display their brand new microwave ovens. The question is if your kitchen is still in the 1970’s.

Today, the focus in kitchen design is placed on maximizing the use of your space, no matter what the size. Small kitchens can work incredibly well if storage is well-organized and work patterns are thought out carefully by a professional designer. You want the space to work for you, and never against you. If you’re feeling like your small kitchen is working against you, you can contact a professional kitchen designer to help you find the best ways to make use of your space.

Even a small kitchen can look and work great!

Even a small kitchen can look and work great!

Jim Marrazzo
Kitchen Views at National Lumber

15 Needham St, Newton, MA 02461
617-244-8020 x 118 phone
617-969-7426  fax

2 Responses to “Great Kitchen Ideas For Small Kitchens – Jim Marrazzo”

  1. 1 Brian @Kitchen Remodeling July 23, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    Nice write up! Maximizing functionality while keeping the footprint small can be a difficult balance to maintain when remodeling a kitchen.

  2. 2 Lovely Kitchens July 30, 2012 at 11:52 pm

    I like that microwave hood. It’s a great space saver.

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