8 great ideas for Malaysian kitchens

Request quote

Invalid number. Please check the country code, prefix and phone number
By clicking 'Send' I confirm I have read the Privacy Policy & agree that my foregoing information will be processed to answer my request.
Note: You can revoke your consent by emailing privacy@homify.com with effect for the future.

8 great ideas for Malaysian kitchens

Mho—homify Mho—homify
  by Atim Spa,
Loading admin actions …

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen then you'll be familiar with some of the main challenges that every homeowner faces. Because the kitchen is an active rather than passive space in the house, and because it sees so much use, the main priority should always be function and practicality. The kitchen should be a breeze to navigate, with everything you need close at hand, and everything organised so that you don't spend all your time rummaging through packed drawers looking for that item you could have swore you put here somewhere!

That's why today we're going to look at 8 great ideas for Malaysian kitchens that will make your life a whole lot easier. These clever solutions are going to save you time, energy, and stress, and ensure you no longer dread entering that cluttered and awkward kitchen. Instead you'll have a space that looks great, and is a dream to use, now let's get started!

1. A pull out dining table!

This is a fantastic idea for smaller homes, where you may not want a permanent dining table that could cramp the available space; a pull out dining table! This way you can pull it out for meals, and when your finished tuck it away to free up room. It can also be used to provide additional preparation space when you're cooking large meals for guests.

2. Creative drawers

If you have a kitchen island, we highly suggest you make the most of the storage opportunities it offers by including drawers and cabinets. Drawers can be a real life saver in the kitchen, especially when they are custom built and super functional like these ones. With a cutlery organiser on top, the rest of these drawers are wide enough to store anything from dinnerware to appliances.

3. Shelves with flair

As we've said, our main concern today is with practical solutions, but that doesn't mean they can't have a fantastic impact on the decor. A solution like this, with wooden shelves protected by sliding glass panels, looks modern and trendy, adding visual interest to your kitchen. But they're also super functional, allowing easy access to those items you're always reaching for.

4. Cabinet drawers

There's nothing worst than an overstuffed cupboard, whether it's filled with appliances, pots and pans, or plasticware. Rather than rummaging through a cabinet, where you have to pull everything out to get to the back, a pull out drawer allows full access without all the hassle, so consider installing something like this combined drawer cabinet in your kitchen!

5. Breakfast bars

What we really love about this breakfast bar is the way it has been integrated into the design, with wooden shelves of matching chocolate timber providing a decorative element to the kitchen. Breakfast bars are great for casual dining and enjoying your morning coffee, and by wrapping it around a corner you can make the most of the space available. Talk to a professional about ways you can integrate practical additions to your kitchen into the design.

6. Double decker drawers

If you have large drawers in the kitchen, you may find you're only using half of the depth for utensils, so instead you may want to add an additional insert drawer to organise cutlery, and use as much volume as possible!

7. Multifunctional furniture

This kitchen island features a sink, a breakfast bar, and even a wine rack! Multifunctional furniture will save you space and time in the kitchen, making it a practical choice, that as you can see also looks fantastic!

8. Decorative and practical

If you find that your storage options are limited, forcing you to use the countertop, then why not choose fun items that will double as fabulous decorations, injecting your decor with colour and vibrance? These pots are perfectly stackable, and the colours really brighten the mood, while an equally colourful magnetic strip is used to store knives and other utensils.

With these simple tips your kitchen will look its best, but more importantly be super easy to use! For even more helpful kitchen tips head over here!

 Houses by Casas inHAUS,

Need help with your home project?
Get in touch!

Discover home inspiration!