For many people, the kitchen is the heart of the home.
We recognise this at Meadowview Homes, which is why we ensure all of our kitchens are finished to an extremely high standard with the best quality fixtures.
Here are our top 5 tips to achieve a clutter free kitchen that looks great and gives you space to live.
Isn’t it frustrating when you realise you’ve run out of an ingredient just at the moment you need it?!
Using containers and baskets are great for rounding up miscellaneous items such as herbs and spices allowing you to quickly audit your stock. As well as looking much neater, you can effortlessly lift a container out of your cupboard and keep tabs on what you need rather than running out or buying three jars of the same spice because you keep missing it!
On the subject of cupboard organisation, consider investing in trays. Trays also help to group items within your cupboard and will prevent sticky and spillage prone items, such as syrup, from causing a mess on your shelf!
Having to throw food away because you’ve missed the expiration date is a needless waste. Think like a grocer and organise your store cupboard into categories, placing your newest items at the back. This will encourage you to use up ingredients that are already open before they go out of date.
All of us will have utensils we use every day with other gadgets we only use once in a blue moon.
Place all your high frequency items on your easy to reach shelves and banish the spiralizer and egg slicer to the bottom shelf! If you’ve not used the item within a year, gift it to a friend or take it to a charity shop.
Finally, think about where you place items to maximise efficiency. Place your mugs and teacups in the cupboard above your kettle. Glassware works well above the dishwasher so you can unload without having to carry glass across the kitchen.
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