Beginner’s Guide to an Organized Kitchen

Beginner’s Guide to an Organized Kitchen

Beginner’s Guide to an Organized Kitchen

It’s sure a challenge, when you move out and make a living on your own. And among the many challenges is maintaining an organized kitchen. We’re so used to someone else taking care of kitchen, that it can be quite overwhelming to take control over the kitchen. Cooking itself might seem like a huge chore for us youngsters, most of us don’t have any patience to maintain a tidy kitchen. Well, while organizing kitchens, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

 

The first rule is to organize your kitchen in such a way that it makes you enjoy staying in the kitchen, be it for 20 minutes or even 2 hours. And the first thing you need for that is a tidy countertop. The countertop is the first thing you see when you enter a kitchen because it’s just out there. And the sight of a messy countertop is so repelling, that you wouldn’t want to start cooking in the first place. So, always clean your countertop and don’t place too many things on the countertop. An oven, the gas stove and maybe a small oil container in the corner. Nothing else requires space on the countertop. The key to creating modern elegant kitchen designs is being simplistic about it.

 

The second rule is having defined spaces for your utensils, pans, pots and ingredients. Organize your ladles, spoons, forks and knives, rolling pins, spatulas and other kitchen tools in their respective compartments drawer installed with cutlery tray, so you can find the tool you need immediately. Also installing a pan and pot organizer helps you organize all your pots and pans vertically in their respective racks in the drawer, so you don’t have to stack them in each other. This way there is no commotion while picking the pot you need, and you can directly pick the pot or pan you need. Explore German kitchen ideas to modify yours.

 

The third rule is to store your spices in transparent air tight boxes and have a proper pantry box to store all your spices in, so you don’t waste time searching for spices when it needs to go into the pot immediately.

 

The last rule is to keep the items you use often, like salt, pepper, oil, etc in plain sight on racks or in a corner, so you don’t keep opening the cabinets every time you need to use them.

 

We hope that this guide was helpful and you will keep your kitchen organised and enjoy your cooking experience.

 

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