51 Small Kitchen Design Ideas That Make the Most of a Tiny Space

While small apartments and homes offer plenty of charm, they tend to be lacking when it comes to kitchen space. Luckily, there are tons of small kitchen ideas that maximize storage and efficiency. It’s all about working with the layout of your space, whether your kitchen is confined to a single wall, U-shaped, or tucked in a corner. Ahead, we’ve gathered 51 small kitchen design tips to help maximize your space. Whether you’re renovating and starting from scratch or just looking to refresh your existing space, you’ll want to give these a try!

1. Add a prep area

<h1 class="title">Small Kitchen Ideas</h1> <cite class="credit">© Emily Gilbert Photography</cite>
© Emily Gilbert Photography

You may not have space to expand or add a full island, so think about bringing in a table that can do double duty as a spot for prep and dining. Even a narrow console can work as a spot to set tools and ingredients on while you

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2021 Bentley Bentayga Debuts With New Exterior Look, Tweaked Interior

The W12 and plug-in hybrid models follow later this year.

Bentley introduced the Bentayga, the company’s first SUV, for the 2016 model year, and it quickly became the company’s best-selling model. However, that hasn’t enticed the British brand to build more high-riding vehicles. Instead, the company said it’d improve the Bentayga, and the first of those improvements are here with the 2021 model, the vehicle’s first significant refresh since it arrived.

Bentley says every panel at the front and rear is new, adopting the brand’s latest design language it introduced on the new Continental GT and Flying Spur. At the front, changes include a larger, more upright grille and an elliptical headlight design – a first for Bentley. There are bigger changes at the rear with elliptical taillights and a new, full-width tailgate. Bentley also moved the license plate into the bumper while redesigning the tailpipes to

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Porsche Design Launches Custom Watch for 911 Fans

From Car and Driver

  • A new customized watch will soon be available for Porsche 911 fans with options to match their favorite sports car.
  • Porsche Design’s new line of custom timepieces offers more than 1.5 million different configurations.
  • The program will be available to U.S. buyers on September 1.

Porsche Design, the accessory manufacturing arm of Porsche, has been creating racy-looking watches for decades, but the company’s latest design is actually up to the buyer. The first ever truly custom Porsche watches will start at $6000 and go as high as $12,600 when they go on sale September 1. All of the watches in this limited run will offer a chronograph watch face but can be outfitted with either a leather or metal strap.

Photo credit: Porsche Design

Like building an ideal 911 sports car on the Porsche website, Porsche Design has created a customizing experience with

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2020 Toyota RAV4 Interior Driveway Test

The latest Toyota RAV4 was designed and engineered to be more evocative of an SUV. Part of that can be seen inside, where there is less of an uber-practical parent-mobile vibe. The center console is higher and there are rugged-ish rubber surfaces on door pulls and knobs. Instead of fake wood or metal to create the fleeting impression of a luxury vehicle, Toyota instead utilizes different color trim, stitching or upholstery accents to add some visual differentiation. In the RAV4 Hybrid shown here, you can see blue bits and pieces. 

In short, I’m a big fan of the 2020 Toyota RAV4 interior. Aesthetically, it’s distinctive without trying too hard, and the quality is high for this segment. Functionally, it just works. You get in and everything is readily at hand, partly because of that higher center console. Readily within sight is the touchscreen that looks bigger than its 8-inches

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