• Sometimes tiny kitchens end up looking pathetically small or are crammed with gadgets and tools. Everyone needs kitchen tools, but a simple set of timeless and beautiful tools that will get the job done and look nice while doing it is the best way to outfit a kitchen.

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  • This lovely kitchen utilizes the spaces above the cabinets and on the walls to display (and store) gorgeous dishes and pantry items. Totally necessary and very smart in a tiny kitchen.

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  • This kitchen has a lived-in feel, while still looking classy! The space is not big, but well utilized, especially the brilliant table/island combo! A beautiful, well-curated small space!

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  • This beautiful kitchen is in a tiny 400 square foot studio apartment. The white cabinets make the space look bigger than it is, and the super artsy table gives it an elegant feel, while being super multifunctional.

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  • Last summer, my husband, our baby, and I stayed in this tiny studio apartment for 6 weeks (seriously, it was tiny!  This photo makes it look WAY more spacious than it actually was!). We survived the 'no oven, no dishwasher' situation, and honestly, the set up worked really well! The bare essentials are really all you need in a kitchen, and make the final product from your kitchen so satisfying!

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  • Tiny appliances are the way to go in a small kitchen! This mini oven and stove give the space the necessary appliances you want in a kitchen, but because they are small, they free up some much-needed counter space. I could totally make this kitchen work!  Just don't try to squeeze too many people in it!

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  • Well, this kitchen is beautiful! White can certainly make a small space look bigger, and that is definitely the case here! Also, these green and black accents really pop in the space, making it chic and sophisticated! Sign me up for a small kitchen!

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