When it comes to kitchens, what would it take for one to be considered small? There are some pretty simple criteria. For one, opening a cabinet door may require a person to duck down because there’s not enough room to do the task while standing up. Another example would be that the fridge’s door can’t open all the way because it’s tucked in a secluded corner with a countertop or cabinet directly in the way.
For most people with small kitchens not unlike the ones described above, there’s no other way to squeeze some more floor area in without knocking walls down and opting for smaller appliances. Or is there? Chances are, a little Long Island kitchen design wizardry can make a small space look and work like a larger one.