Got A Tiny Kitchen? Here Are The Tips To Maximise The Space
Updated : August 09, 2021 08:08 IST
Working in a small kitchen is quite a challenge. Here are the tips that can help you with storing and organising in a tiny kitchen and efficiently using every square inch of your kitchen.
If your small kitchen is running out of space, there are solutions that can help you maximise every inch of your kitchen. Your kitchen should be comfortable to cook in and fully functional no matter how much space you have.
Any kitchen must provide the muted space and storage solutions. A tiny kitchen design is about unifying the efficiency of the space. As is well known, the main problem when planning a small kitchen is that there is not a good amount of space to accommodate it. So, what to do?
Consider a few simple steps and you can navigate a small kitchen more easily.
Stop piling up the dishes
Dishes can accumulate quickly while cooking and in the small kitchen area, it can give you a hard time cleaning them. Every free minute, clean the bowl or utensils. Clean as you go. After using a utensil, clean it immediately rather than throwing it in the sink. As an added bonus, post-cooking cleaning becomes much less intimidating if half of it has already been done in small steps. You may need to develop this habit over time, but it is worth it.
Use the wall space of the kitchen
Is the wall empty? Place removable hooks on the wall to hold light items such as kitchen utensils, measuring cups and spoons, and towels. To make it even more convenient, attach a stronger hook with a plasterboard plug to hang heavy objects such as pots and pans.
Set the pots and pans aside
Don't you think that pots and pans can take up a lot of space, but they can also make the pain of having a tiny kitchen worse. To make it functional, you can invest in wire dividers to save space and keep your kitchen uncluttered.
Place hooks inside every cabinet
Just like the walls, you can place hooks inside the cabinets as well. It is the best way to keep the spoons and anything that can hang on the hook.
With a little bit of planning, organising and improvising, you can turn your tiny kitchen into a functional gourmet kitchen where you can make delicious meals without the hassle.