Hello friends of Bali Interio, the kitchen is as important as any other room in the house. The kitchen space also deserves attention in its interior design and arrangement. Besides having to be designed to be comfortable, the kitchen must also have a visually attractive appearance.

The limited size of the kitchen area, is often an obstacle when planning the best interior arrangement. A small kitchen area, besides being difficult to have an attractive appearance, will also make cooking and preparing food a little hampered.

However, don’t be discouraged just yet, size is never an issue. A small kitchen area, for example, which only has a size of 2×3 meters, can also be designed to be very comfortable and functional. The key, none other than not; minimalistic.

You can get around a kitchen measuring 2×3 square meters with a minimalist design concept. Not also with the choice of layout, L or U shape. Also how to deal with various kitchen utensils using functional storage shelves.

The following brief explanation may be able to help you, when trying to create a space just by cooking so that it is more comfortable even though the size is 2×3 meters.


To get a large table and a more flexible area when preparing food, you can design an L-shaped kitchen design. A minimalist L-shaped kitchen can be applied to a kitchen area that has one wall. This L-shaped kitchen, the part can be used as a table to prepare various dishes, while it can be used as a stove and sink. Remember the golden triangle rule.


In addition to the L shape, you can try the U shape. A U-shaped kitchen is a kitchen that has a hallway design with an additional cover at one end.

This U-shaped kitchen design is ideal for preventing a lot of people going back and forth through the kitchen, and is efficient enough to help with cooking.


The right choice for a 2×3 size kitchen is to use the right furniture as well as multifunctional. Right is about how you use furniture that is really only needed, and not really needed what if not needed.


There are many ventilation systems used in modern homes today, such as natural ventilation; mechanical ventilation only exhaust; mechanical ventilation supply only; balanced ventilation; and also balanced ventilation with heat recovery.

Each type of system has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Especially for the kitchen area, you can try exhaust-only mechanical ventilation by installing a cooker hood, or natural ventilation, such as many openings such as windows and doors.


Cooker hood is a tool that resembles a funnel. This tool will steam and heat from and transfer it to the outside of the house. This tool is usually already integrated with the kitchen set in today’s modern minimalist kitchen design