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6 Tricks That’ll Make Your Kitchen Very User-Friendly

Everybody’s kitchens are different. Some are bigger, some are smaller, and there are a bunch of different layouts that may or may not be altered according to the structure of a house. These differences aside, however, all kitchens can be organised properly to become an efficient space. It is essential to create a functional kitchen, especially for people who spend a whole lot of time in this area. A user-friendly kitchen can be done up in a few ways and we’re here to show you how.


A Kitchen Should Be Well Lit





This is the basic of basics. Think about classrooms, offices, and maybe that study of yours at home. It doesn’t take much to realise that in order for work to be carried out well, good lighting is needed. The same goes for kitchens. Where food preparation is concerned and health is potentially at stake, hygiene is of extreme importance. Do you think you’ll be able to labour around a dark and murky kitchen? The answer is pretty obvious.

On top of bright lights and fluorescents, under cabinet lighting is also another popular option most homeowners go for. Take things up another notch by allowing more natural light in through your windows.

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Leverage On The Island





Having an additional countertop in the kitchen is, quite unfortunately, not a privilege every homeowner can enjoy. If space allows, there’s nothing to lose yet much to gain in setting one up. Some of its uses include: extending it to form a dining table, a gathering point during parties or celebrations, additional storage options (such as shelves, drawers, and cabinets), as well as extra surface space to prepare food on.

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Out Of Sight, Not Quite Out Of Mind





It’s always good to keep everything away and only retrieve them as and when they’re needed. Always remember that cabinets are a necessity, your best friend, and key to a neat and tidy kitchen.

Interior Designers: i-Chapter, Fineline Design, Cozy Ideas, I-Bridge Design


Wall Storage Is Useful





Small and cramped kitchens can use as much extra storage space as they can get. Vertical space should be made use of as far as possible for kitchenware, utensils, and the like. Hooks and holders come in all sorts of designs, shapes, and sizes so you can choose those that suit the theme of your kitchen. Thanks to technology and innovation, interesting ones such as magnetic panels are also available.



Facilitate Washing Up Wherever Possible





For some, cleaning up the kitchen takes up as much time (or even longer) than meal preparation. But with certain elements well taken care of, you’ll be surprised at all the time you can save. Try to go for clean-lined hobs (especially induction or ceramic ones) because they are much easier to cleanse. Select bigger sinks if possible so dishwashing is also facilitated. As far as condiment bottles and containers go, stow them away (make full use of your cabinets and drawers).

Interior Designers: Linear Space Concepts, Innerglow Design, Copper Design Associates, Hue Concept


Coherence Is Key




Last but not least, having an integrated design that ensures a uniform look in the kitchen is important as well because it can greatly help the space look less cluttered and more productive.

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