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Iceni Magazine | August 14, 2022

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Little Tricks To Make The Most Of Your Kitchen Space

Little Tricks To Make The Most Of Your Kitchen Space

Kitchens need to be functional. We rely on them for preparing meals, spending time with family and, in some cases, even entertaining guests.

In this post, we take a look at some of the little tips and tricks you can use to make the most of your kitchen space.

Get A Chopping Board With Containers

Chopping boards are great for chopping (as you might expect), but they’re not particularly well set up for storing chopped veg and waste. Often, you wind up with an ever-decreasing area to prepare food.

Now, though, you can get special types of chopping boards that come with racks that pull out for quickly storing ingredients and processing waste. This way, you can prepare all the food easily before you start cooking the dish.

Add Custom Hardware

Thanks to CAD kitchen design, it’s now easier than ever to add custom hardware to your kitchen. The concept behind it is quite simple: everyone’s kitchen is a different size and shape, so it makes sense that the hardware would be too.

Adding custom hardware is surprisingly straightforward, so long as you work with a designer. What’s more, you can get something bespoke to the needs of your kitchen, instead of a generic and unhelpful solution.

Add A Kitchen Island On Castors

Building a kitchen island from scratch usually involves a total redesign of the space. However, there is a shortcut: islands on castors.

The nice thing about these is that you can bring them in at any time. Then, if you find they don’t work, you can simply wheel them out again and return the space to normal.

Use White Crockery And Place On Wooden Shelving

White crockery and wooden shelving are perfect bedfellows. They complement each other beautifully.

If your crockery needs are significant, this method helps you free up cabinet space. Simple shelving looks neat and makes your kitchen look more lived-in and loved.

If you are struggling to reach things on the shelf, just use a fold-out step that you can easily put away when not in use.

Combine Utilitarian Appliances With Modern Cabinetry

Combine Utilitarian Appliances With Modern Cabinetry

Utilitarian appliances are in vogue at the moment. People want items that are going to last and won’t require a replacement in five years.

While they can look quite brutal, utilitarian appliances pair wonderfully with modern cabinets. You get a combination of heavy-duty performance with refined aesthetics.

Choose Mini Appliances

Sometimes, a kitchen doesn’t need large appliances, particularly if you are the only person using it regularly. They take up a lot of space and add unnecessary expense.

That’s why a lot of people are opting for stylish mini appliances instead. These aren’t entry-level items you might find in a student’s dorm room either. Instead, they’re beautiful pieces of kit with all the flourishes and refinement of their larger siblings. Use them to save space and make the most out of your kitchen.

Add A Rug

Lastly, try adding a rug to your kitchen. It’ll help the room feel warmer and cosier.


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