Kitchen is the place that’s almost visited daily, full of life, unlike the backyard or garden we’ve abandoned long since smart phones took over the world. This is where amazing dishes come to existence and most family conversations take place. So when this place is crammed up and congested, we hardly feel like doing anything in there, and simply opt for Chinese takeout, because well, you can’t just walk into a place so messy all the time. Here’s a few tips to help you release some space in that sweet little haven.
Get The Positioning Right.
The way you position your cabinets, and the layout design is very important if you want to release more space in your kitchen. Remember when things get crammed up, they look messier than they should be. So when you’re getting a kitchen installation Perth WA, a one wall layout is the most recommended and an incredible space saver if you’re trying to squeeze a big family in a small house. All the cabinets and appliances are pushed to one side of the wall so you can work with ease, and things look less congested.
Declutter And Reorganize.
If you’re thinking that I’m stating the obvious, and you’ve already tried it out, think again, do you really need those dishes from the seventies that your mom gave, because it was her mom’s? As much as you’d like to have them due to the sentimental attachment you have for them, they can also be taking a lot of space. If you really need them, then hide them in the store room. By keeping surfaces bare as maximum as possible, kitchens would look much cleaner and spacious. If you do have to pile up ceramics above cabinets, then put them neatly in matching boxes.
Alright I do admit I just stated Apple’s slogan, but hey, if you really need to make your kitchen look less like an explosion of a garage sale, then you need to think beyond the normal and look for ways you can store things in not just cabinets and drawers. Shelving options are kind of common but if you use the right designer, you can get them fixed in the right places like above sinks and below the top cabinets. Consider master savvy shelving, which can be done by using a modular unit that’s built into the wall and can be accessed by either side.
Use a Breakfast Bar.
That gigantic wooden dining table, certainly bombards your kitchen and inviting all the termites. Look for ways you can eat without really having a dining room, for example by using a breakfast bar instead. Let’s just say the past is making a comeback and breakfast bars are the new stylish way to release more space in your kitchen. Also if counter space is an issue for you then installing a breakfast bar will not only not have you worrying about cleaning bulky tables but also make sure you have an eye on your kids while they’re trying to ditch the broccoli.