My tiny kitchen is actually quite large for the size of my house. Which is good because I use it a lot, most things in it every day since I really enjoy cooking. I make almost everything from scratch and cook for several friends as well as barter meals for some things like my gym membership/crossfit classes. So the kitchen was probably the most important thing for me when designing my house.
This is my oven. It's a 20'' propane range. The space inside fits a standard cookie sheet and I can even get my huge roast pan which will hold a 20+ pound turkey in there as long as it is the only thing in the oven. There are a few times I wish I had 6 burners, but the majority of the time 4 is just fine.
I have a lot of kitchen utensils, but never had many kitchen appliances. I suppose I prefer to do most things by hand. The only appliance I do have is an old kitchenaid mixer that was actually the one my parents had before I was born. I got it when they upgraded to a newer and larger one. It's tucked in the back above the fridge just because I do not use it on a daily basis. But most other tools are somewhere very near my stove and quite handy to reach as I'm cooking.
My sink get heavy use. I like keeping things neat and tidy, but it seems that there are always dishes in the drainer. (as wells as things like a cranberry tart and alfalfa sprouts sitting around) This is actually the wrong sink which was installed due to a paperwork mess up at Tumbleweed. But they have been amazing about being willing to fix it and cover all the costs for the correct one and to have it installed. Once that is finished I'll have a double sink which will be really nice with the amount of use this one gets.
My fridge and freezer are electric but pretty efficient. They are not large, but I can pack a good bit of stuff in there. And yes, that is two gallons of kombucha brewing on top of the fridge and more bottled inside. My scoby's are my only "pets" right now since my composting worms all died out for some reason. When it's a bit warmer, I will replace them.
My freezer full of elk, venison, and trout.
These small inset shelves (in the bathroom wall, that door closest to the fridge goes to the bathroom) are handy for holding glasses and jars.
The next door over is my pantry. It's hard to see the depth from this photo, but I can pack a ton of food in here. I added the spice racks on the door and they help free up a lot of shelf space.
The whole kitchen has a lot of drawers and cupboards where some of the less tidy looking stuff lives so it's not on the open top shelves.
I have cooked a lot of meals here so far and find the kitchen very comfortable and workable. Also, I have learned that it's best to turn my heat down when I start to prepare a meal. With both the oven and a burner or three running, this little house becomes really warm quite quickly. I also often open a loft window just a crack to let out some steam as my windows will fog up and start dripping water pretty soon from all the steam produced by most meals.