One of the challenges we face when offering kitchen installationis the small kitchen. People often think because their kitchen is small, they can’t really do much. But that’s not always the case - there’s a lot you can do in a small space if you have the knowledge!
One example is removing some or all of the upper cabinets. This might seem like a bad move as it reduces space. But if you have enough for what you need, it can make a big difference to the kitchen by making it seem larger. You can also do things like add shelves or open storage to get back some facilities but without big, solid units.
Just because you have a small kitchen, doesn’t mean you can’t have a breakfast bar or a seating area. The key is often to use stools, those tall upright bar stools we see in pubs around the country. These don’t need as much room as a chair, look stylish and allow you to have a seating area without much space - you can just swivel on the seat to move around.
Another idea is to add a floating table. This doesn’t really float but actually folds in. when you are cooking, it is flat against the wall. But when you are eating, it folds out and stools can go around it to make a kitchen-diner in even the smallest space.