Can a kitchen get any smaller than this?
I was asked to look at an older building in the Vallejo, CA to give an estimate for some repairs in a large apartment community. The apartment
community is undergoing a major renovation with another contractor, but I was asked to help with another section of the property that had some water related damages.
While walking through the vacant building which was built in the early 1900’s I was noticing the unique building practices and styles of that time. Every room, hallway, stair rail, and light fixture was a trip into the past. The building’s 100 year history included many improvements, remodels and change of use.
At some point the building was converted from a hotel to an apartment building. Since the hotel did not have a kitchen, a kitchen had to be added somewhere within each unit. I saw this kitchen and thought that it must be the world’s most compact kitchen. It appears to have been added in a space previously used as a small closet. I could almost touch the stove, sink and refrigerator at the same time with one hand.
Now that is a small kitchen remodel.