By . Kitchen Furniture. Published at Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 - 14:02:51 PM.
Another idea for small kitchen cabinets is to combine appliances, storage and cabinet space. You can use cabinets to hide a low-profile refrigerator, stow a trash or recycling bin, or conceal a lazy Susan. For floor cabinets, consider using small cabinets to create a small kitchen island.
You love the look of glass-front cabinets, but you don’t like the idea of having the items in your kitchen cupboard exposed. What can you do? One option is to add a beautiful, free-standing cabinet with a glass door to the kitchen. This becomes the ideal space to show off your favorite serving bowls, seasonal items and even your cherished heirloom pitcher that’s been passed down through the generations. The items are neatly displayed while being protected behind glass.
This white kitchen feels like a masterclass in subterfuge and concealed storage, not to mention modern lines and clean design. It works so well with the lack of handles and despite being small, is amazingly functional and unfussy.
If your space is extremely tight—an urban apartment or condo, for example—you still have options. You can choose a smaller table (though don't go below 30 inches) or find a drop-leaf table that you can pull out when you have guests.
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