Space Saving Ideas for a Small Kitchen
Place often-used kitchen utensils within easy reach with the Franke stainless steel rail system. This wall-mounted rail, in 24" or 39" sections, accepts stainless steel shelves, hooks, colanders, and other kitchen accessories designed to clip into a double row of rail slots.
Extend your kitchen's workspace with the Broan Elite XE trash compactor. Configure this slim, 15" compactor as a stand-alone appliance, or integrate it into your lower cabinets with a wood, stainless steel, white steel, or tile front-panel option.
Utilize every inch of your lower cabinet space with the Armstrong Chef Center base side pullout. Cabinetmakers often use spacers to fit standard-width drawers in a kitchen layout. A kitchen pullout, providing tiered shelves or organizers with hooks, replaces the spacer with practical storage space.
A single-handle kitchen faucet lets you place optional accessories in small, two-hole sinks. The pullout wand on the Brizo Belo faucet eliminates the need for a separate sprayer and includes fingertip volume control. Optional accessories include a soap dispenser and sculpted bud vase.
Even those with a tiny kitchen can splurge on high-performance stainless steel appliances. Place the GE Monogram 30" vent hood above a small, four-burner cooktop to complete the look of a commercial kitchen in a compact space.
Part movable sculpture and part kitchen faucet, the multijointed Kohler Karbon lets you fold it flat and out of the way or pull it down low for precise water placement. The two-hole faucet is available in wall or deck mount.
The Energy Star rated Liebherr 24" refrigerator saves energy, kitchen space, and your fresh produce. Available as a freestanding, built-in, or fully integrated appliance, this narrow, full-height refrigerator will find a spot in the smallest kitchen.
Commercial grade doesn't mean commercial size with the Viking Classic Series 24" gas range. Slimmed down only in size, this range has all the features found in larger Viking models.