The kitchen is an area of your home that gets used more often than most other areas. You’re setting up and arrangement determines how you flow smoothly when it comes to meal preparation. In most kitchens the primary area for cleanup is the kitchen sink. It is sensible position your dishwasher or your dish drier to one side and perhaps the trash or recycling area on the other if the sink doubles as a cooking area. An innovative sink design has a cutting board that sits directly on top of the sink so that scraps can be channeled directly to the disposal. Otherwise, you should purchase one to aid cutting of large and harder edibles The home’s kitchen includes useful storage to keep counters free from clutter. Sections like the pullout rack for spices, cooking oils and more. Talking of space and management, take seriously these procedures and elements; Cabinets To begin transformation, Pull everything out of each cabinet and go through it. Discard things that are not frequently used, duplicate items or broken items. Do this with each cabinet and drawer as most kitchens are short on storage space, so the goal is to only have things you need and love to use. There are various cabinets to suit your taste in terms of storage space, shape and texture. Grouping After your cabinets are all empty, consider what is best for you in terms of how to group items. Sort all your cooking, dishing and cutting items and pile them together. Group the dishes you eat from, glassware, holiday or other seasonal items that only get used once in a while, as well as those special entertaining or serving pieces that are only used occasionally. After grouping, decide where each item should be stored. Cooking and baking pieces should be kept close to where you do food preparation. Utensils should be in the drawer nearest to the prep area as well. Glassware might be best near the sink or refrigerator. Dining You may choose to modernize your kitchen by setting up a dining in it with 2 or more (depending on available space) light but tall and thin chairs. The table if in square may pass as a coffee or tea station that includes sugar, mugs and filters, and place it near the water source, if possible.
By doing this, you avoid going back and forth across the kitchen for the things you need just to make your morning beverage.
Make use of Vertical Space
You may decide to place hooks underneath cabinets to hold mugs above the countertop, or hang a stemware rack in the same spot for wine glasses. This will free up considerable cabinet space.
You could also hang adhesive hooks on the inside of cabinet doors or pantry doors to hold tools such as measuring cups, oven mitts or other kitchen gadgets. Consider using wall space or a ceiling rack to hang pots and pans.
Color is the easiest way to turn a kitchen or indeed any room around. Pick up a paintbrush and instantly transform the mood your kitchen speaks. Think outside the box and experiment if possible.
Reserved and classy colors include; grey and rose madder, charcoal and tan, blue with grey and gold with forest green to mention a few choice of mixtures. Simply go for what makes you happy and feel welcome.
Accessories are another great way to add color. You may choose to place lamps on counters, low hanging chandeliers over the island, mirrors, and oodles of plants and greenery, all of which add interesting layers of color
There is such a movement these days for creating kitchens that are warm and inviting, making them cool hang out places in their own right. Your arrangement and color is essential for this! It can excite, inspire, tantalize, and so much more.