Published at Monday, 06 January 2020. Kitchen Storage. By Adrianna Natalee.
Reorganize. The simple act of reorganizing your kitchen cabinetry a little can also be a quick way to free up extra storage space. Take that spaghetti out of its bulky box and store it in an attractive counter top kitchen canister instead. The same can be done with coffee, flour, sugar, in fact any number of dry goods. The new canisters will also add a little extra flair to your kitchen décor and suddenly you will have enough extra room in your kitchen cabinets to actually be able to see at a glance what you have in there.
Shop Smart Appliances can quickly become the bane of any kitchen. While they are extremely useful, appliances have several characteristics that make them inherently bad for your space. You can not stack anything on your blender or your coffee maker. Plus, they have separate pieces that can easily get lost. This means that you need to make a conscious effort to only purchase appliances that are necessary and unique.
When choosing kitchen storage, specifically for the new home owner, there are two general types of ideas the kinds of storage that are appropriate and needed in just about any kitchen, and those more suited to the individual kitchen and personalities of the owner. If you know the owner well, and have seen the new home or pictures of the new home is kitchen, then consider a gift that specifically suits that kitchen. For example, you may have seen the kitchen, and noticed that it is small, and low on drawer and cupboard storage. Also, you know the home owner to be an avid cook, so you wonder to yourself where they will keep their spices. The perfect gift might be a magnetic spice rack, the type where a modern looking metal sheet is mounted on a wall, or inside a cabinet door, then neat, metal containers hold spices, magnetically stored away on the mounted metal sheet. Myriad such ideas for specific storage needs exist, and a walk through a home organizing store would reveal many ideas to suit any kitchen.
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