All the small space goodness from last month inspired me to make some tweaks and additions to make my small Brooklyn kitchen more serviceable and user-friendly (especially since I am its primary user). The changes are affordable, renter-friendly and, hopefully, helpful to some of you simmering and saut&eacuteing away in your own small kitchens.
1. Over-the-Stove Cutting Board: small kitchens are a challenge not just for storing things but for actually cooking. To gain a bit more usable counter space I purchased this bamboo cutting board that fits across two burners. If you don&#039t use your stove much you could leave it there most of them time. Or, of course, you can just bring it out when you need more surface area to work on. I used it for an easier quesadilla assembly line recently and it was a great improvement. If you&#039re curious, the one I have is by Lipper International and available through Amazon, Wayfair, Bed Bath &amp Beyond and more for around $23. So let us take a look at favorite apartment one wall small kitchen kitchen storage with 29 pictures below.
1. Engaging White Brown Wood Glass Stainless Modern Design Kitchen
2. Vertical, Affordable Recycling Holder: Do you recognize this piece? It&#039s from the kids&#039 section of IKEA and is mainly marketed as a toy bin. I use it to hold recycling and it&#039s just big enough to hold nearly a week&#039s worth for my family of four. It&#039s a TROFAST frame ($29.99) with two TROFAST storage boxes ($5/each).