It isn’t necessary or even wise to decorate an entire Kitchen all at once. To do so is hard on the budget.
More importantly additions to a room need to ‘settle in’ before you can accurately assess what other furnishings are necessary.
Once when several pieces are assimilated into the space around them you should think of adding more. Remember that it isn’t the size of your kitchen that matters, but what matters is how you use and remodel it.
Don’t let small spaces intimidate you because with today’s tricks any space can look larger than its original size. Start by paring down. Many people feel compelled to fill every square inch with things and more things.
All too often the end effect is downright claustrophobic. Any room can be made to look larger than it is simply by stripping it of unnecessary furniture and other accessories.
Low furniture arrangements tend to give a kitchen an open, un-crowded feeling, and how small scale furniture creates a light, open effect in a kitchen.
There’s the illusion created that more space exists for people and activities when less space is taken up by the furniture. Color can also visually alter how large a space appears to be. To make you kitchen look larger than usual, use a light color on the walls and ceiling.