A Pretty Shabby Tiny Kitchen


Image: Sairer/Flickr

Tiny usable kitchens are always a big inspiration for me because I love home cooked meals and I also enjoy cooking. And many times that’s a big challenge in a tiny home so I thought I’d show off this little kitchen to you today because there’s lots of great inspiration and design ideas you might be able to use here for your current kitchen or your future tiny house’s kitchen.

This one even has an all-in-one washer dryer unit. I like the open shelving because it’s great for all of those things that you use everyday. This keeps these items easy to reach and easy to find. Then there’s the green little cabinet up on the wall that I think is a great size because anything with more depth would make the space feel cramped.

Great work on this kitchen! Lots of ideas that we can take from here and try out for ourselves whether you’re in a tiny home, micro apartment or even if you’re building a small cottage or cabin.

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Smart and Cheap Space Saving Dish Cradle for your Kitchen


Image: Amazon

I ran into this dish cradle product that’s made to save a little bit of space in your kitchen cabinets or shelves that I thought I’d share with you since you might get a lot of value out of it. My dishes are square so I’m not exactly sure if these will work for me right now otherwise I’d use them for our tiny kitchen in our micro apartment. It’d definitely create some extra room. I’m on Amazon right now searching to see if there’s a version of it that will work for square plates! I did look at the reviews for this one though and it seems like most customers are really happy with it. Can you think of way that we can do this ourselves for cheap? Maybe even using spare materials from around the house? If not, it’s not a bad deal on Amazon to have it done for you.

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DIY Tiny Kitchen in a Studio

Tiny Kitchen

I thought you might also enjoy this unique DIY tiny kitchen that Cheryl Spelts built for her photography studio. She pretty much has it all! Everything but counter space and a kitchen sink. She even seems to have a dishwasher! But yeah, no sink. Definitely a sign of a DIY project, right? I’m sure there’s a sink you can use nearby since it’s a small studio. And I’m sure she can always add a sink if she wanted. Anyway go check out the rest of Cheryl’s studio over at her site.

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