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Sat Jun 7, 2014, 05:54 AM

A compact kitchen that takes up 2'x2' area when not in use.

https://homes.yahoo.com/blogs/spaces/the-2-foot-by-2-foot-kitchen-191324748.html

The tower can be placed against a wall as it expands in three directions.

This may be of some interest to those thinking of going micro or just downsizing.

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Reply A compact kitchen that takes up 2'x2' area when not in use. (Original post)
Kaleva Jun 2014 OP
cbayer Jun 2014 #1
Leme Jun 2014 #2
eppur_se_muova Jun 2014 #3
Curmudgeoness Jun 2014 #4

Response to Kaleva (Original post)

Sat Jun 7, 2014, 09:41 AM

1. I think it's hideous.

Since I would rather have a kitchen than just about any other room in the house, I have no interest in packing it up.

But I can definitely see good use for this, particularly if you live in a small space and don't really use your kitchen much.

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Response to Kaleva (Original post)

Sat Jun 7, 2014, 09:44 AM

2. graet for a patio? camping?

 

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Response to Kaleva (Original post)

Sat Jun 7, 2014, 10:08 AM

3. Ooh, lots of rotating joints to wear out ...

not to mention the possibility of closing the unit while the stovetop is still hot.

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Response to Kaleva (Original post)

Sat Jun 7, 2014, 01:18 PM

4. If you are looking to go micro,

this is pretty cool, but I could never live as compact as I have seen some are doing. I guess that if you are not home often, it is a great idea to reduce the size of your home to teeny-tiny, but I love being around the house.

I always wonder who these people are who can live in micro homes.

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