How To Make Your Kitchen Feel Less Cluttered?

The kitchen is a place that we spend quite a lot of time in. From preparing meals, to washing up, to even eating, quite a few of us spend a large part of our day in it. Whether we mean to or not, when it comes to redesigning and redecorating, the kitchen gets very little attention— making it one of the most commonly outdated places of our homes. It’s also not uncommon that this is one of the most cluttered parts of our homes. Here are a few tips on decluttering your kitchen, and making it a more pleasant place…
•    Start with your regular clean up, only be very conscious of what you’re doing.

•    Throw out the “space grabbers”. These are the expired sauces or spices that never make it off the shelf, the once used-but never to be used again foods, and even outdated appliances you have got newer versions of. Getting rid of this alone will give a less cluttered feel to your kitchen.

•    Be smart with your furniture. If you have a small family, then having a big kitchen table can only get in your way (especially in a small kitchen). Opt for a breakfast bar instead; trust us, your family will be just as happy perched on black breakfast bar stools bar stools, as they will be on the large table.

•    Sort through your cook books. Gather them all, leaf through them, and organize its content. Throw away those recipes you’ll never try or that didn’t work for you, and keep only the necessary books. You can even give them away. Assign them a particular place. Opt for cheap furniture online Australia for shelves that will suit your kitchen.

•    Get used to using shelf and drawer organizers and baskets. Baskets work great for sauce bottles that need not be refrigerated— you can simply carry the basket with you to the cooking zone or area. This way, you won’t be scrambling or riffling through bottles while your food is on the fire…

•    Store things smartly. Store according to type, or similar things; or even the frequency of usage. For the best clutter free feel, try and store the frequently used pot and pans, spatulas, spices, oils and sauces, and even hot pot holders close to the “cooking zone”. Not having to look for things will automatically make you feel more organized, and your kitchen clutter free.

•    Don’t forget the lighting. Good light is vital in kitchens. Natural sunlight is best, but if that is not possible even sufficient artificial lighting will do. Throw open the windows and let in the sunlight. The light alone will make your kitchen feel more inviting…