Many people are happy to say that everything is clean, but some homeowners love cooking. Many homeowners find that when they’re done cooking, there is a huge mess in their kitchen. There are some kitchen design tips you can use to keep your kitchen clean and organized, regardless of your cooking style.
Tips for Kitchen Design
Two-tiered Island or Peninsula – Sometimes it just isn’t possible to avoid making a mess. A two-tiered island, or peninsula, will conceal the mess from others who might be interested in your home. High bar stools can be purchased to add seating to the countertop.
Pullout Trash Can – Have your trash can in a base cabinet that pulls out. You won’t have to walk across the kitchen with your trash can, and it won’t get knocked over.
Farmhouse Sink – A larger farmhouse sink makes it easier for you to wash multiple pans and pots. These sinks are larger and look great.
Prep sink – A prep sink is a sink that can be used to wash vegetables and fruits. It will also allow you to quickly soak pans and pots in your main kitchen sink. These are ideal for your kitchen prep area as they are often smaller.
Pullout Baskets – Take advantage of custom built-in baskets. These baskets are ideal for open storage, and they can be used to access common items.
Storage Solutions – Take advantage of built-in spice racks, utensil dividers, or cookie sheet dividers. You have many storage options to choose from that will make it easy for you to organize your items so they don’t end up in a drawer or cabinet.
This article was written by Jordan Legault, Jordan is the owner of The French Refinery. Founded in 2015, The French Refinery quickly built a name and reputation for high-end cabinetry with quality craftsmanship and attention to fine detail. We strive every day to provide the utmost in customer service because our customers deserve the best we can provide. We have built a hand-picked team of talented craftsmen with over 100 years of combined experience. Building custom entertainment center with fireplace is our craft, we love what we do, and we make it show through the work we provide on a daily basis.