20 Ways to Make Your Small Kitchen Feel Larger
As more and more people start buying homes at later ages, the number of people renting apartments is increasing, too. According to data compiled by the Deutsche Bank, the average age that people are buying homes in the United States is 47, a number that has significantly increased since 1981 when the average age was 31. As a result, people are turning to rent apartments and buy small houses across the country.
While there are many benefits to renting one's home, there are a collection of downfalls, namely being the limited amount of changes you can make to the space. This poses a problem for tiny spaces like the kitchen. Kitchens are, arguably, one of the most important rooms in your house, and they're one of the ones that you'll spend the most time in. This makes tiny kitchens inconvenient, difficult to work with, and sometimes an eyesore. To combat this, here are 20 different tips, tricks, and hacks so you can make your kitchen feel larger!