Your Home: Kitchens & Baths Got a tiny kitchen? Try strong colors. Architect Bill Boehm packs a punch into his 8-by-13-foot space in Cambridge. ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bob O'Connor Architect Bill Boehm at work in the kitchen of his family's Cambridgeport condo with son Theo, 13. When he and his wife, an artist, bought the unit in a multifamily home, they knew the kitchen would need a major overhaul. Bob O'Connor The couple's goal was to connect the kitchen with the dining room and instill a sense of airiness, despite the limited square footage. Stainless steel shelves from a restaurant supply company take the place of space-eating overhead cabinets. Bob O'Connor Orange cabinets, a yellow pantry, and blue linoleum floors establish the palette.