8 rental kitchen woes (and how to fix them!)
Clever fixes for rental kitchen apartments.
Published Feb 7, 2016 3:00 PM
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Small kitchen. Is that one of your many challenges? Whether you are an avid cook or just a kitchen fanatic, here’s how to beat those small-space woes.
not enough storage space
When it comes to storage, think vertically. What’s that mean? Utilize a set of floating shelves to hold flatware and small appliances.
Why you don’t need cabinets in the kitchen.
Invest in a chandelier to revitalize the ambience of the space. It adds the perfect personal touch!
tale of the blahs
When painting the walls isn’t an option, bring color to your space with bright accessories and dishware.
Tile backsplash is a dream. We know. Spring for a fun (and temporary) backsplash.
Find more kitchen backsplash ideas here.
limited counter space
A cutting board large enough to fit along the length of the sink makes for an impromptu (and convenient) working area.
If you can’t replace them, switch out the existing knobs to instantly refresh the look.
See more small kitchen decorating ideas.
boring cupboards to gaze into
for a pleasant pop of color each time. Your mornings will be so much brighter.
Skip the magnets and attach a cork board to the fridge for shopping lists, reminders, and decorative prints.
A wall-mounted rack is an ideal storage medium for oversized pots and pans.
corner built for cooking
Visually maximize the space by placing a set of mirrors on adjacent corners of the room.