Inspirational Tiny House Kitchens

A tiny kitchen, despite its small size, can still have big personality and style. From bright cabinets to modern wood accents, bold light fixtures, and streamlined appliances, you get all the impact of a large kitchen in a shrunken-down size (which, lucky you, means less to clean). Whether you’re designing your own tiny house or you just can’t resist taking a peek at them. These tiny house kitchens will inspire you to add function, style, and smart storage solutions to your space, whether it’s big or small.

1. A Tiny Home with a Full-Size Refrigerator

Every inch of space from below the refrigerator to above. The wood barn door is used thoughtfully in this tiny home from @tiny_house_lifestyle. Grainy wood countertops add length and interest to the small space, and there’s even enough room for a larger refrigerator.

2. Wood-Paneled Walls

Cabin vibes abound in this tiny dwelling from @verynicetinyhouse. Rustic and cozy, the kitchen accommodates all the pint-sized appliances you’ll need, including a retro red refrigerator, and the open shelving allows personal items to become part of the charming decor.

3. Geometric Lines & Gold Hardware

Geometric lines, arched shelving, and a bulbed chandelier add interest to this gorgeously streamlined space from Handcrafted Movement. This is their Sanctuary model, and it has beautiful teal cabinetry, a black and gold faucet, and gold hardware including the luxuriously industrial upper stair rail.

4. Clean Lines

Clean lines and wooden accents add a sophisticated warmth to this tiny house kitchen from @lifewithluwan. With functional storage, a barn door, and a smart fold-out surface for additional food prep space, every inch is as functional as it is pretty.

5. Green Cabinetry With Wood Accents

Avocado green appliances may feel retro, but using this hue on cabinets is modern and unexpected thanks to the space’s other features. Offset with both rustic and industrial touches like matte black hardware and a deep farmer’s sink. The colorful cabinets add depth and interest to this small, highly functional tiny house kitchen by Modern Tiny Living.

6. Shiplap Walls & Huge Windows

Thoughtful touches like mismatched blue stools and a dramatic yet effortless light fixture makes this tiny home from Tay & Mckay an inviting space that marries mid-century modern style with Scandinavian minimalism. The large, paneless windows and glass door allow the space to be bathed in light.

7. A Bright Tiny Kitchen

Step into this light-filled tiny house kitchen from Mint Tiny House Company with its beautiful gas stove and room for a cozy breakfast nook. The dark wood tones offset by bright white cabinetry and shiplap walls add a dose of chic warmth that’s as usable as it is inviting.

8. Scandinavian Sensibility Meets Mid-Century Modern

Danish architecture meets tiny living in this streamlined kitchen from klein. There’s no need for a ton of space when every inch of it is thoughtfully designed to have both form and function. The flat-panel cabinets look clean and modern. The kitchen has a sturdy craftsmanship to it that optimizes usable floor space.

9. Full Wall Subway Tile

White subway tile may be a timeless choice. But this deep green tile offset by white shiplap brings complexity and richness to a small space. This tiny home kitchen from @butikevlersapanca blends rustic accents like hanging mugs and a shiplap ceiling with elevated touches like a gold faucet and matte black hardware.

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