The key to every happy home is a contented, clutter-free, kitchen. Of course, for many people, such efficiency is little more than an unrealistic pipe dream. Life is busy, hectic and frequently messy. Help, however, is at hand. From Compac worktops to hidden storage, there are any number of steps you can take to keep your kitchen neat, tidy and unique.
For example, why not open up and make the most of every available nook and cranny in your kitchen? Open, industrial-style shelving helps keep things organised while also allowing you to find exactly what you need both quickly and easily. Add some metal boxes to the shelving unit to make the most of your storage opportunities and make rummaging blindly through frustratingly stubborn drawers a thing of the past.
As well as the aesthetics, you also need to consider the practicality of your kitchen. Of course, the ideal situation is to combine the two and in this regard Caesarstone worktops tick both boxes. Comprising a sleek look and possessing all the benefits of a natural stone worktop at a fraction of the cost, they are resistant to stains, scratches and chips. These worktops allow you to concentrate on your culinary talents while equipment can be stored without fear of surface damage.
These benefits also apply to Silestone worktops, meaning there is a wealthy range of colours and styles available to suit your needs.
Back to storage and, while pegboards might not be the most original idea in the world, it certainly is one of the best. The size, colour and location is entirely up to you, whether it be a small square on the wall or a large block covering the back of a door. Once up, you can hang all manner of pots, pans and utensils, ensuring that all the essentials are constantly within reach.
It’s all about making the most of every possible space. For example, rails on the inside of cupboard doors are perfect for holding saucepan lids.
Whatever you do, there are many ways of making your kitchen the most efficient and best looking around.