By . Kitchen. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 16:11:44 PM.
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.
Offer a movable feast. Breakfast bars do not need to be built in, as this freestanding wooden butchers block demonstrates. It doubles as a place for a glass of wine and a sandwich, or a croissant and coffee. The wooden stools, red bricks and wicker baskets all add to the warm, country effect.
Extend the island top. In this long, slim kitchen, the owners have extended the top of the island unit, meaning people can tuck feet under without knocking knees while enjoying a cuppa. When they are finished, they can tuck the stools underneath to keep things streamlined.
Be sure your kitchen is ready for entertaining. These days, kitchen spaces are more about entertainment than just a back room workshop. Open areas with fewer cabinets leave room for art, which makes a kitchen feel more like a living space. Hiding everyday appliances and making them handy for quick use is another nice touch.”
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