Interior design: Tight space needn’t cramp your kitchen’s style or efficiency
Design house Neptune knows that in small kitchens every cabinet or work surface must do its job efficiently to earn its keep
Any kitchen, no matter how big or small, needs functional work surfaces and effective storage solutions to feel considered and useable, day to day.
Having said that, it is when space is tight that each and every cabinet and surface must work especially hard to earn its keep.
With that in mind, interior design house Neptune considered the key points that one should bear in mind when designing a dream kitchen in a smaller space.
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