Kitchens are at the heart of any home and the Worktops are at the centre of the kitchen. It is where we prepare the food for our loved ones and socialise with friends and family.
However, this can sometimes mean that your Kitchen Worktops can become cluttered if we don’t keep items organised. Keeping things in order can mean that the Kitchen remains a clean and functional space.
The utensils and tools that you use the most in your Kitchen for preparing food should be assessible. These are the items that should be on your kitchen sides. Keeping them at easy reach also adding a visual touch to your space.
Cooking Oils & Seasonings
Making sure your essential cooking oils, salt, pepper and other seasonings are at easy reach, means for a simple cooking experience. As you can purchase these items in different shapes, sizes and styles, means that they can become part of the decor.
It is however, important to remember where to place these items on your Kitchen Worktops. They do not want to be near any sources of hear or direct sunlight as this will eventually make them spoil.
Coffee Machines, Kettles & Toasters
Keeping these sort of items on your Kitchen Worktops can make for a pleasant morning routine. If however, you have limited space, you could try opting for a toaster oven and a hot water tap.
This means you will not require a toaster at all. This will act as both an oven and a toaster in one. Also, with a hot water tap you will not require a kettle or a coffee machine.
Decorative Fruit Bowls
A fruit or Vegetable bowl can be a great feature for 2 reasons. They bring lots of colour into the space and can provide a healthy snack.
There are many appliances that you will not use all of time. These items can be quite large and can take up a lot of room. Thus making the room feel quite cluttered. Keeping them stored in cupboards frees the space for more essential items.
Rowe Granite Kitchen Worktops
To conclude, maintaining an organised and functional kitchen countertop is vital for a clean and aesthetically pleasing kitchen.
By understanding what items should and shouldn’t be on your countertop means you can create a space that is both practical and stylish.
Remember to keep essential tools only on the Worktops. This includes cooking oils and seasonings, fresh fruits, vegetables, coffee makers, toasters, and a few decorative items.
Conversely, avoid cluttering the countertop with appliances. These are the ones that are rarely used, paper mess, dirty dishes, non-kitchen related items, and excessive decorative items.
By following these simple steps, you will achieve a stress-free and efficient kitchen.
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