6 rules you should follow to order your kitchen

6 rules you should follow to order your kitchen

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A clean and tidy kitchen is a dream That sometimes seems unattainable. How many times have you entered a friend's kitchen and wondered what master formula he uses to keep it that way? And for many of us, the reality is very different: the surfaces of our kitchens are full of appliances, thousands of cups smile when we open a closet, and as for spices ... better not to mention them.

But it does not have to be like that. Ordering your kitchen is a matter of being practical and realistic, according to Vicky Silverthorn, a professional organizer whose mission is to help people create more relaxed and orderly spaces. We tell you what are your rules to get an impeccable kitchen.

1. Think about what you use most

The kitchen should work for you, not the other way around. That's why it makes no sense to leave those appliances and items that you don't use visible.

Instead, hide everything you barely use (or if you never use it, get rid of it directly) and rearrange the kitchen according to the most frequent activities. For example, if you love tea, create a corner for cups, sachets, teapot and teaspoons.

2. Say goodbye to the endless dishes

You know, you are using crockery for a family of fifteen when you really only live four. But do not worry, it is a common mistake, and most of us tend to accumulate cups, plates and cutlery that we never use.

Actually, you only need a basic tableware for daily meals with the family, plus a couple of spare parts in case of breakage or visits.
And if I have a party? It is the most common excuse that prevents us from getting rid of those extra plates and glasses. The solution? Ask your neighbors for help or buy them from use and disposal (always recyclable).

3. Put the food in sight

Who has not happened to go to the supermarket to buy ingredients for a recipe and discover that he already had them at the bottom of the closet?

Being able to see what you have is vital to reduce food waste. It is not a matter of being obsessive, but of organizing it with a head. For example, do you have packages of pasta or rice that leave the closet disgusted when you open them? Group them in a clean basket and you will see what a difference. You can also do the same with spices.

4. Be practical when placing things

Place the items you use the least in the most efficient way. For example, if someone weighs too much, put it somewhere low and you'll be safe from unexpected bumps.

In the same way, store the items you only use on special occasions in a labeled box and place it in the closet, so that you only take it out when you need it.

5. Make sure you are storing properly

And you could be wasting a lot of space in the kitchen for not having mobile shelves. For example, if you store the cans in a closet too high, add a new shelf and take advantage of the leftover site to store other food.

6. Think in a practical way and forget about aesthetics

Because we know that it is easier to be guided by beauty than by meaning.

Canning jars, for example, look very cute on the pantry, but in the closet they take up a lot of space due to their curved shape and thick glass tops. In addition, they generate other problems: you may have more flour or rice than enters the jar, without knowing what to do with the leftovers. To avoid this, keep the products in their packages or invest in baskets to group them. But if you still prefer to store in jars, buy them square and you will take better advantage of the space.

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Via: House Beautiful US