Organize Your KitchenBegin by making your kitchen more organized with the help of these ideas:
- Declutter your kitchen. You’d be surprised by how many unused things stay in your kitchen. Think of that malfunctioning blender, old juicer, glassware with hairline cracks, expired canned goods, and your antique pots among many other items. Find a way to let go of these items so you can use that precious space for more important things.
- Add more storage spaces. There are plenty of free spaces in a kitchen that can become usable by adding simple cabinets, drawers or racks. Even simple hanging bolts can go a long way. Think of the space under the sink, space behind or beside the fridge, and even some spaces near the ceiling.
- After making your kitchen spaces ready, start organizing your items wisely. Think of using labels or simple transparent containers to help you easily grab things when needed. Put items you often need in easy to reach spots, then keep those rarely used items at the back or top of storage spaces. Magnets can help organize your kitchen as well, since they can handle notes and bills when placed on your fridge.
Make It More FabulousAfter organizing your kitchen, you’ll probably want to make it look great as well. Here are some easy tips:
- Your faucet is one of the focal points in your kitchen, thus it is not a surprise why upgrading it is included in this list of kitchen improvement. If you haven’t updated your faucet in several years, now may be the time.
- Repainting your kitchen is also a great idea. Consider neutral colors to help you and your family feel comfortable while in the kitchen space. Think of light gray, off white or beige, among others. Try not to choose a color that is too extreme because it may negatively affect guests or future buyers.
- Lighting is another great factor to improve in any kitchen. Of course, you should have a bright overhead light to easily move in the space. However, installing additional corner lights can help in some tasks too, such as when preparing food you need to cook.
- You can also add some indoor plants in the kitchen. Think of adding some places to install hanging pots, or simply leaving a corner or two for them. On a side note, you can plant some herbs and spices in pots as well. That’d add some big points to the look and energy of your kitchen.
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