Art Deco Enterprises
6 weeks
Juliia Smith
Arty Doyle
Project manager
Just because your kitchen is tiny doesn’t mean it can’t be dreamy! Nina dreamt about bright, light, open kitchen with increased function and storage capacity.
Nina's Tiny kitchen
The kitchen had been renovated by previous homeowners and although it didn’t look terrible on the surface there were significant issues. The cupboards were falling apart, the electrical was frightening and actually hanging out of the wall in some spots. It felt dark, dated, and cramped and the vertical space wasn’t been utilized to its full potential.


One thing to keep in mind when you are designing a tiny space is to keep the design simple and streamlined. To make it feel larger simplicity is best. This kitchen has white cabinets, counters, and tile for example, but you can easily add interest with the hardware and accessories! It feels so much larger with its simple, light, and neutral palette.

Project details

Even though you are keeping the design simple, that doesn’t mean it can’t feel luxurious. The following are some features that were added to this kitchen renovation to make it feel custom:

Undermount Sink
Undermount sinks not only look polished and expensive, but they can increase your counter surface area, which is a big deal in a tiny kitchen!

Pot Filler Faucet
It’s so handy to have a faucet right over the stove that allows you to fill large pots easily. You usually see these in large, designer kitchens, but there is no reason you can’t have one in your small space. They come in sizes that fit nicely over a standard 30″ wide range or cooktop.

Designer Range Hood
When you think about kitchen design, fancy custom range hoods don’t usually come to mind. But how much prettier does this custom hood look than a typical stainless steel vent?!

Custom Shelving
Because the kitchen is so tiny, traditional closed upper cupboards needed to be used in the design to create storage. But this one small area to the right of the sink was available to add in some open storage for display! This custom shelf from Iron Abode keeps the kitchen from feeling too cookie cutter!

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Nina Faulk
"This is my dream kitchen.
When I walked in here with my husband, it felt like we were walking into a new apartment. We are completely blown away and we can’t believe that we actually get to live here.”
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149 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010, United States