Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 18:19:18 PM. Kitchen. By travers.
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I used to find myself running rampant around my kitchen when cooking anything from a simple snack to a family meal. My pots, pans, cutlery and various food products were all over the place, hastily shoved in a cupboard because I lazily put stuff away, so I could do something I enjoyed. However, I realised one day that this was creating much more work than it was saving. The precious minutes I saved by rushing were lost during the week when it came to using things. This is when I decided to devise an organisational routine that took a little longer to pack away but saved me a lot of time while preparing meals. By placing items that are used at the same time in adjacent cupboards, like bowls and cereal, I managed to optimise the flow of my kitchen. This led to less mess and frustration while making food and increased my enjoyment of cooking tenfold.
Considering an island? You need a minimum 36 to 40 inches clearance on all sides. The island base and countertops should visually stand out from other cabinets and countertops, so it looks like a separate piece of furniture. Having all the cabinets the same can be too much of a good thing and can cheapen the overall look of your new kitchen, while a well designed island elevates the room.
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