After they re-sheetrocked the walls, the couple installed inexpensive, faux shiplap on top and painted the entire room white. Rachel cleverly chose paint with a satin-finish so that light entering the bathroom would reflect from any angle, making the bathroom appear larger.
The reflective white flat-panel cabinets make this space feel airier, the backsplash resembling a brick wall is painted in pure white, but in order to enliven this area, a splash of color was added through a multi-color wall floral pattern placed just above the backsplash. The stainless-steel appliances as well as the shiny hardware and fixtures reflect more light, making the small kitchen area feel more expansive.
This is such an ingenious use of that space that nearly everyone has between their fridge and the kitchen wall. This Instructable shows you building the entire unit from scratch, but you could luck out and find a large flat file drawer to use as your basic frame. Then all you’d need to do is add the dividers, the dowel railings, and caster wheels. Either way, unlike the other projects here, this one would be at least a day-long undertaking. But if you have a really small kitchen
A Smart Remodel for a Small Space in Paris — Cote Maison