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Small Kitchen? Christopher’s Pinterest Picks

Small Kitchen? Christopher’s Pinterest Picks
Christopher Mohs

I love pinning, not addicted, but do love it. When we moved to our apartment on the Upper West Side, I found myself with a very tiny, no counters tiny, kitchen.  Here are some of the pins that inspired me to maximize every square inch of this space.  Feel free to follow my “Small Kitchen Design Ideas” board on Pinterest.  You never know what I might add next.

In the image above you can see rods used to hang various quick grab items from the wall above the sink. This was a big springboard for what eventually solved my tiny kitchen dilemma.

e0e0d89639def193da50d0e7da45a184I love the shelves around the door in this photo from DecorPad.


This photo was on Tumblr and I think it’s so smart to have that great long table opposite the kitchen cabinets. That extra prep surface must get used quite often.

The before and after tour from this kitchen will blow you away. But I love how they used these rods to store items that any chef would want quick and easy access to. Yes, this idea made it into my kitchen here in New York.


This image from Tumblr sums up exactly what eventually happened on one of the walls in my kitchen. From a shelf for spices, to a rod holding all my cooking utensils. It’s just perfect.


So this is a “tiny” kitchen, but would serve as a dream for most of us.  I love how they have shelves in the far back corner. But let’s be honest – this IS my dream kitchen. Oh someday…