Removing a wall visually opens up the kitchen, making it feel much larger. You&#039ll be able to chat with family members and guests without having them underfoot while you work in the kitchen. If you&#039re also remodeling the kitchen, think about installing peninsula cabinets with a wide countertop and an overhang for seating. It&#039ll become the kids&#039 favorite spot to do homework, provide extra seating for party guests, or just accommodate those big cooking projects.
Single-bowl sinks will seem more spacious but take up less room that a double-bowl sink. So let us take a look at top ideas space saving kitchen storage blind corner cabinet with 20 pictures below.
1. Captivating Storage Ideas For Small Kitchens With Brown Floor
If you&#039re remodeling your kitchen, consider installing a single-bowl sink instead of a standard-size double-bowl. Instead of two small bowls, you&#039ll have one large one. The Kohler Alcott sink shown here is one example. It&#039ll also allow you to buy a smaller sink base and save 6 in. of cabinet and counter space that could be put to better use. If you team up a 25-in. single-bowl sink in a 30-in. base cabinet with an extra-narrow (18-in.) dishwasher, you&#039ll gain a foot of extra cabinet space.