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As Editor of a magazine specialising in kitchen design, you’d be forgiven for thinking I have a huge, stunning hub in my own home. In truth, my own kitchen is one of the smallest rooms of the house, and the nature of the property layout means I don’t have the option to extend or repurpose. That got me thinking – not everyone is lucky enough to have a vast floorplan to create the ideal space, yet it doesn’t mean you have to give up on your kitchen dreams. There are so many options for a minimal-sized kitchen with maximum impact, but if you’re still not convinced flick to page 77 and discover Small Wonders – thanks to our guide to making the most of more modest kitchen spaces, you’ll be reigniting your project plans in no time. Even our real-life kitchen case studies provide the perfect examples of making layouts work for you. In An Eye For Style on page 24, Abeline Geldenhuys and his wife Lucy refused to accept the decision that their kitchen wasn’t big enough for an island. Instead, they turned the island itself into a kitchen, and filled the remaining area with beautiful heirlooms and memories of previous times in Africa. Another smaller space with a stunning kitchen was created by blogger Joanne Hegarty, also known as Stylist And The Wardrobe. In Natural Selection on page 36, Joanne combined a galley-style kitchen with an open-plan dining room, creating a classic appeal with plenty of storage for her and her son that feels cosy yet ultra-organised. Meanwhile, on page 46 in Sanctuary In The City, Iain’s minimalist white handless cabinetry is enhanced by a mirrored splashback which reflects the stunning connected outdoor area to make the space feel larger and hugely inviting. Finally, the Moseleys’ Masterclass kitchen in A Bright New Outlook on page 58 has been designed around a small, awkward space which, thanks to amazing architecture, is anything but claustrophic. While some people may not be short on space, one thing we all seem to need more of is time.

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