Monday, August 20, 2007

Small Efficient Kitchens

These kitchen are great examples of small but efficient kitchens. They may be tiny but for what they lack in size, they make up for it with great style. If at all possible, a table or small workspace is a big plus in a small kitchen.

7 comments:

Tam said...

Wow, Lisa. My kitchen is small, but bigger than the kitchen is the last two pics and suddenly I feel bad for complaining about the size of my kitchen! Would you do me a favor and email me or comment my blog with where you found the third pic? I've been looking for a small counterheight table about that size (rectangular to fit against the only wall in my kitchen). Thanks!

Lisa said...

Tam
I tried emailing you but the link would not work. There is also no comment on your latest pictures...
email me because I have a lead on a table like that for ya..(just ck my profile email)
Lisa

posey said...

Hi, Lisa! I love visiting your blog. I, too, was wondering where you get your pictures. I know some of them come from PB catalogs, but where else do you get them? Just curious, I love looking at decorating magazines and books! That's one reason why I like visiting your blog. Thanks, Posey

Lisa said...

Hi Posey

Oh my, I get them from everywhere! Some I scan from magazines, some I get from websites. Never can get my hands on enough!

I love looking at stuff too!

LADY LUXIE said...

I have a small kitchen too!..But bigger than those in your pics...

I wish it were bigger though ( my kitch)...somehow..everything seems to spill over...specially after dinner...sigh!

Inspiring cozy colors...mine is plain white...ugh!

Lisa said...

Hi Lady Luxie!

Someday I'd like to see any kitchen that was in a magazine after it was really used for a dinner and not set up by a photo stylist!! Real life is real messy!

Lisa

Amber said...

Great kitchens, Lisa! Mine is a smallish kitchen, too, but having a big work area (island) makes all the difference.