In most homes the kitchen is the busiest of rooms – food storing, cooking, washing up, socialising, eating and even doing homework – it all happens here. Kitchen organisers and storage will help you create a decluttered, tidy and stress-free zone. Whether it’s hidden away under sink storage units and cutlery trays, or stylish mug trees or coffee pod holders, there will be a place for everything.
Other ways to add space to your kitchen that increases storage areas are kitchen shelves. Make the most of small corners with pan or vegetable racks, and wall space with plate racks. Add extra workspace with kitchen trolleys, that often also have baskets and shelves, and can be wheeled around to where you need them. Storage is not just for cutlery and dinner plates but also food. Keep your food fresh for longer with a bread bins that can also be used for storing the families baked goodies, and food storage for those leftovers and meal prep, minimising waste and saving those pennies.
With all the clutter hidden away, make the most of your kitchen with a breakfast bar. For open plan living they help create those all-important zones, and are ideal for quick meals, chats and keeping the kids close while you are cooking. Bar stools provide comfy seating and come in a range of styles from traditional to modern. If you don’t have a breakfast bar, a space saving dining table is a compact alternative, providing room for family time without taking up much of your precious floor space. Check out our breakfast bar ideas for inspiration and solutions on how to make the most of your kitchen.