Little House on the Trailer before, but today we wanted to take a closer look at their kitchens, which are surprisingly spacious for homes that average under 400 square feet... Shown above are two model homes: one with a kitchen that's separated from the main room and one open plan version. The separated kitchen makes use of vertical shelving to create lots of room for dishes and pantry items. Skylights above the sink let natural light into the space, while wraparound counters and wall-mounted cabinets provide prep and storage space. In the open plan kitchen, a large window removes the option of wall cabinets but creates a nice view and lots of access to light. Rather than a wraparound, this kitchen is a narrow, galley style. A built-in stove top saves counter space, and appliances are squeezed into the space underneath the counters including a toaster oven and dishwasher. We can't see a refrigerator in the photos, but it could be hidden within the built-ins or located in another part of the room. For more from Little House on the Trailer, click here.