Your kitchen is one of the busiest areas of the home that often gets messy with all the utensils, equipment, appliances and ingredients that are being used on a daily basis.
It’s important that you stay on top of the clutter by keeping all storage areas organised. This may seem like a hard task for some, but if you have a good process in place – it’ll run a whole lot smoother.
To keep your kitchen organised all year round, we’ve combined ideas from two great companies – Benchmarx Kitchens and Joinery and Shelfstore.
Take a look:
Organise items by type
Having designated areas for all of your kitchen accessories will make it easier when you’re looking for that one pot or pan - and will contribute to your kitchen workflow. Those every day utensils should be placed somewhere where they can be easily accessed and other baking items could be kept in cupboards below the counter for optimal organisation.
The Benchmarx kitchen range Borrowdale, gives you plenty of storage areas to organise your kitchen accessories. Combining this with some Shelfstore shelving for the more awkward spaces, and you’ve got yourself a very spacious and attractive looking kitchen.
Make use of unused space
There are many ways to create storage space in the kitchen – the trick is to make use of any unused space. The Parma kitchen range by Benchmarx is particularly charming with its additional kitchen island storage. So if you’ve got a large kitchen space to work with make sure you consider the kitchen island – not only is it great for storing any additional crockery but you could also use it for baking, as well as eating at. However if you’re in need of more kitchen storage then why not turn that small room full of your cleaning items into a beautiful well organised pantry.
Create kitchen zones
Remember the key to great kitchen organisation is not only arranging, but it’s also important to have zones for carrying out certain tasks. When you get a new kitchen you need to evaluate all your kitchen habits and needs before you start using it. Consider a zone for food prep, cooking, clean up and the food storage area. We absolutely love the Oxford kitchen range from Benchmarx as you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to designating your zones. And remember if you are in need of any more storage space for a more specific duty then Shelfstore are at hand to assist you.
Just remember a well-designed kitchen is futile if it is not organised well and not well maintained. So be sure to seek help from both Benchmarx and Shelfstore who can help you no matter what space you have to work with.