Prospective buyers typically have some sense of what they must have, what they want, and what they do not want when they look at houses for sale. They frequently assert that they must have a big kitchen. We have discovered that purchasing a property with a tiny kitchen might be simpler than you might expect if the rest of the house is ideal. Check out these suggestions for making it work before calling (310) 373-0021 to speak with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices to discover the ideal residence for you.
Donate old things
You can have a lot of expensive kitchen appliances in your cabinets and drawers. Even though it might seem impossible, give them some serious thought. Do you actually employ them? Are they really in decent condition? You probably don’t need anything and can give it if you haven’t used it in at least a year.
Utilize the vertical options available
Only by using the vertical space in your kitchen can it be used to its full potential. The knife block may be kept off the counter by installing a magnetic knife strip. You can also hang racks to keep pots out of your drawers, put dish drying racks above your sink to keep the surface clean, and add rods and hooks to hang small tools, oven mitts, and other items. This could appear crowded, but if everything is clearly in its proper position, it will look lovely and ordered.
Include your cleaning equipment in the decorations
Your cleaning supplies may be attractive, yes. Does this strike you as odd? It may, but consider this instead: Your cleaning supplies are probably visible to everyone. Why tolerate their blight? Choose a distinctive wooden broom. Purchase a glass soap dispenser that complements your room’s style. These minor details could be more expensive, but they have a significant impact.
An island can travel far
If you have the space, installing an island—even a half island—can almost quadruple the amount of workspace you have. Consider a mobile island if you lack the room for a permanent one. You can roll it into the kitchen when necessary, store it in an adjacent room, or even use it as a bar cart in the living room. Islands can offer storage space that is desperately required in addition to surface area for cooking.
We look forward to hearing from you if you are interested in discovering the ideal property, regardless of whether it has a large kitchen or a small kitchen. Call (310) 373-0021 to speak with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and allow us to begin looking for you right away.