This is Offbeat Home's archive of kitchens posts.
Our kitchen is teensy. I can pretty much touch both walls ay once, in both directions. I love to cook and bake, so it was important to me that even though the kitchen was small, it worked well and held everything I need at arm's reach without chaos in every cupboard.
We're renters, so while I could write a million posts about things I'd do in this kitchen if I owned it (pot rack, wall mounted lid racks, more sensibly proportion cabinets, extra shelving… etc), here are some ideas that anyone can do — whether you own your house or not.
If you have access to wine crates (you just might if you're planning a large party, work for a restaurant, or enjoy buying wine in bulk) you have access to awesome modular shelving units that work wonders in a few key spaces.
You often see home makeovers going from retro to more traditional upgrades. Which often makes me sad, because I'm BIG into retro kitchens and living rooms. But Jenn Fletcher from BlondeShot Creative took her dining room and kitchen from "perfectly fine" to "perfectly AWESOME" with retro makeovers.