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Make Your Kitchen More Functional With These Easy Steps

Posted by Orville Fogel on December 12, 2017
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The kitchen is one of the most utilised rooms in your home, so it’s essential to get the design right if you want life to run smoothly. While the atmosphere and look of the space might be important, when it comes to the kitchen, functionality is key. If you can’t work easily in the space then you won’t be happy with the design. Take these simple steps to make sure your kitchen space is as functional as possible.

  1. Damage-proof your counters. Kitchens can easily accumulate a substantial amount of wear and tear over the years, especially when you do a lot of cooking and love to spend time over the stove. If you’re getting good use out of your kitchen, you need the materials in your space to work hard for you. Installing granite overlay countertops will ensure that your counters have durability. They’re resistant to heat, scratches, stains, and sunlight, so they’ll maintain a good condition and appearance regardless of how much time you spend in the kitchen.
  2. Maximise storage capacity. Storage space is a major feature of the functionality of any kitchen. If your kitchen is lacking the kind of storage facilities you need to keep things tidy and organised, it may be time for a redesign. Kitchen islands can be a great place to work in some extra storage drawers, and cabinets can be designed in a clever way to make sure you always have an area to pack away anything at any time.
  3. Let the light in. Installing large windows in your kitchen is a wonderful way to boost the aesthetic appeal of your home while incorporating practical usefulness. The windows will let in plenty of sunlight, help you save money on your energy bills, and provide an easy way to let cooking smells and smoke out of the kitchen. The air will move easily around the space and your kitchen will have a brighter, breezier atmosphere.
  4. Incorporate a second sink. You may not think you need two sinks, but you’d be amazed at how much more straightforward and easy cooking becomes when you have a spare. One can be used for washing up, while the other will come in handy during big cooking sessions. If you have the room, installing a second sink in your kitchen counter could make a major difference to your space’s functionality.
  5. Accessible shelving. Opaque cabinets are tricky when it comes to finding what you’re looking for in the kitchen. Glass cabinets are much more efficient – you can quickly grab what you need without sorting through cupboards full of items. Open shelves are even better – they have a chic, rustic look and make it easier than ever to find what you’re looking for. Open shelves also make a useful display feature – you can place plants, herbs, and décor pieces around the shelves to break up the practical aspects of the kitchen.
  6. Strategic lighting. If you’re installing new lighting fixtures in your home, think carefully when it comes to the kitchen. Carefully placed lights are great for cooking and cleaning in the kitchen. Design your space so that you have lighting fixtures placed around your stove and washing up area, as well as attractive overhead lighting to keep the entire kitchen beautifully lit.

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