We at Steven James Interior Design, recognise that Sheffield is home to more smaller homes than bigger ones. With terraced homes being popular during the main build of the city, we know that not everyone has a plentitude of space, and that’s absolutely okay. Your home can still be personalised with a bespoke kitchen, bedroom, or bathroom! Here’s some more tips, on how to decorate and uplift your smaller kitchen with Steven James Interior Design.
Create a SHOW-STOPPING backsplash
Creating a backdrop for your kitchen adds drama and personality to even the smallest of spaces. This blue and white cheques tile adds a country cottage vibe, to this otherwise monochrome kitchen.
Cover walls with colour
For an easy small kitchen idea, give walls a cheery coat of colour. In this monochrome kitchen, dark purple adds a relaxing, seductive vibe that really sets the tone for the rest of the room and it’s accessories.
In this kitchen, most corners and walls of the kitchen are used for storage of some sort. Shelves, nooks, cupboards, and windowsills can all be used to store spices, dry ingredients and utensils. These can also be decorative if you follow a colour scheme, this kitchen has used vintage, victorian colours like creams, browns and greys.
Although this may seem an obvious move, it’s often overlooked, placing appliances underneath counters allows for more appliances without sacrificing any space. Smaller kitchens can contain anything from a standard oven, to wine fridges and TVs! Although a larger kitchen, this one is a perfect example of how to integrate them into your kitchen without sacrificing counter space.
All of this shows that size does not equate to style. Think about what you can do with the space you have, as opposed to fretting about how small it is. Steven James Interior Design can work with. Call 0114 321 1861 to talk to our project managers about your new bespoke kitchen.