I thought that this double island concept was one of the best small kitchen remodel ideas I have ever seen because it adds so much more functionality and style to the space. Not only are you getting a ton of extra storage but you are also adding more seating and counter space to a kitchen design that may not have been able to handle any of that before. I will admit that initially I feared that adding a second island would crowd the space, but the sleek contemporary lines of the cabinets actually serve to make it feel less cramped than I was expecting. You certainly could have used some of the white units that are extremely popular in so many small kitchen ideas 2019, but I wanted to try something different with the dark brown finish.
Anybody who owns or even rents any type of space in a metropolitan area knows that small kitchen remodel ideas that work within those cramped floor plans are pretty much always needed. In general, especially with more high end urban spaces, I always go with ultra modern kitchen design ideas because I think that the style goes very well with the downtown vibe of a lot of these buildings, not to mention the sleek simple lines and color palettes make smaller spaces seem far larger than they are. For this recent condo project we actually purchased cabinetry from IKEA that we could modify to best fit the space, and then just popped in a high end stove and topped the island with a lovely marble countertop.
Even though I am really on here looking for small kitchen remodel ideas, I absolutely love this stunning (and large) all white and marble space. Obviously the designer had a lot more room to work with than we do, but I think that I could rework a lot of these concepts to fit within the scale of our small kitchen layouts. Clean white shaker style cabinets are a perfect option for smaller spaces because of their simplicity and brightness. Plus the all white subway tile backsplash and coordinating marble countertops keep within this monochromatic color scheme and also serve to make the space feel bright and open. The only thing that I probably would not try to pull off because of our already high kitchen remodel cost, is finding some of those high end custom-looking pendant lights hanging over the island.
Obviously I am not posting these pictures of this quite large home as an example of what I am going to recreate for our very tiny house, but I am really inspired by the style they used and would love to somehow translate it into small kitchen remodel ideas that would work within the scale of our space. I know that big bold cabinetry and darker wood is not the ideal theme for a small scale kitchen, but the kitchen remodel pictures are really speaking to me. Do you think that if I cut down on some of the decorative detailing and scaled back the size of the units, that we could use them in a 300 square foot galley kitchen? The coloring and overall design scheme would be fantastic paired with some of the other small kitchen design ideas I have found as well as with the overall vibe I am trying to create in our home.
A lot of people are so square when it comes to small kitchen remodel ideas, and all they want to do is pop in white cabinetry, plain countertops, and neutral walls. I always wanted to create something far more vibrant in our kitchen design for small space constraints, but I knew I would be in for a challenge as far as making it all work within the scale of our home. Here are some photos of the completed space and, I have to say, I think it turned out awesome. I know that light mint and coral area very unconventional shades for a kitchen but I absolutely love the way that all of the coloring came together. We were inspired by classic French country kitchen remodel ideas, but wanted to put a slightly more contemporary twist on them by updating the color palette a bit with these sunshiny shades.
I was so happy to throw out all of my small kitchen remodel ideas when we bought our new house, because I finally have a large chefs size kitchen to decorate! These are the before photos of the space and I am on here asking for some help planning out the direction to take our kitchen remodel. Although the room has a really cool edgy bachelor pad kind of vibe, it's just not what I am going for. I much prefer cozier more traditional designs that make you feel warm and welcome the second you walk in the door. The natural choice would be to paint these wood units in the same warm white shade that our last small kitchen design had (which I loved) and maybe keep the unique backsplash.