Are you keinTyp that cleans behind itself? No need to worry. These strategies will help you to keep your kitchen tidy, no matter what is your style of cooking
I like to cook. My oven is my favorite place in the kitchen, my recipe book contains hundreds of recipes for treats from around the world, and I have so many pots, dishes, and appliances that let them rotate in and out of storage. Comes with my enthusiasm, but a price: an unruly mess that overhauled somehow every flat surface, I relieve my apron.
My husband, who is from the school of cooking “Plaster behind you”, is mystified, as I can use three different sets of measuring spoons or each of our five Sauté pans to make a single meal. Frankly, so am I – I’m not sure I could tell you when exactly the mess hits critical mass. But because the kitchen in our suburban home has less storage space than some New York kitchens, I think that it is time to get the clutter under control.
These ideas are tailored for those who rather tend to the mess, as I. Then, what is your best suggestion to keep a kitchen tidy? Share in the comments box!
Ideas for kitchen organization
1. blocking the view. If you can’t avoid making a mess, while you are cooking, you can shield it at least in front of guests. A two-classes-island or peninsula, with the higher part, hide the mess before those who sit over the cooking.
This island has more height than some, so that if the owners add a few bar stools, the not too great sin, it would be formidable well done.
Ideas for messy cooks
2. install waste bin. I’m a little squeamish about keeping a trash bin right in my kitchen (Yes, I know, people do it all the time). So my is in the garage, and I collect garbage and food scraps in a small shopping bag that I carry out there, when I’m done with the cooking. It is not the most efficient or attraktivstee solution, I admit openly.
But container such as this, which are built in cabinets, could change my mind. After there is a place where you can throw away waste and compost, which is a great way to keep the desk tidy. And the built-in tank look better than my stock with plastic bags.
An extra large sink
3. choose an extra large sink. While you are cooking, keep the dirty dishes there. An excessive amount of sink can keep them below eye level.
If you like the look of the industry, you can choose even a free-standing stainless steel sink in the style of the restaurant.
Hang the pans on the wall
4. build a preparation sink. If you have the space in your kitchen, try a preparation sink to have to egg shells, vegetable peeling and more from the main cooking area to keep.
Many work areas
5. baskets, more baskets! If I prepare a meal so that I bring back jars and boxes not always to their right place. A number of baskets, in which I can throw things, helps to keep the kitchen clean. These are in a full pantry, but you can use the same tactics in open shelves or built-in or free-standing shelves.
Also hold a flat basket directly in the vicinity of the work area to be staple food always in close proximity.
Baskets could conceal stack of folded towels, recipe folders and various tools at the end of an island.
A number of baskets
6. store the dishes in pots. Not only that pots keep neat wooden spoon, tongs and Turner, but they keep tools at hand, so it’s a no-brainer to access when you need them.
Of course you could go still one step further: built-in container in a pull-out drawer. If I had a specialized Carpenter usage, I think that would be it.
The chaotic kitchen has often not enough storage space to spread
7. double the dishwasher. Sufficient dishwasher space means that you can stow dirty dishes there. In case of emergency you can keep full hot, frothy water near the sink also a cooler, if you cook a main meal.
Modular and flexible dishwasher working drawers close to the sink or the preparation sink.
Arrange your kitchen
8. get a portable island. As in my case, the chaotic kitchen has often not enough storage space to spread. A small island on castors can be used surprisingly effectively at the extension of the workspace.
A drawer for utensils
Great tips for the kitchen here, aren’t? Why I have not tried yet all, I wonder?
A kitchen island
many shelves for cups andthe cabinets in the kitchen are very important
W. David Seidel, AIA – architect, divine kitchens LLC, Warmington & North, Mary Prince, detailed interiors, the old painted cottage, apt 2B baking co., hot design, cornerstone of architects, Tinsley Hutson Wiley interior design, Kristen Rivoli interior design