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In the kitchen, there‘s a primary rule: tools that work together should live together. Carry out this rule by creating activity centers in the kitchen: centralized places that group and organize tools needed for routine kitchen activities. Each center will be organized according to an activity focus, be assigned a designated space and encompass storage for tools needed for that particular activity.
For many small kitchens, White says soft-closing, full-extension drawers are the way to go. If you have standard-height cabinets with unused wall space above, increasing the cabinets by six inches can improve storage capacity. Utilize cutlery dividers in drawers to organize cooking utensils and tools and keep them off counters. You can stash a small folding ladder behind a toe-kick panel, to help you reach items on high shelves or upper cabinets. White says no matter the storage options you choose, make sure to consider proper aisle space and traffic flow.
Do you have a counter in your kitchen or perhaps out in our patio? If so, then you need counter chairs. These chairs are specifically designed for those high counters. Imagine sitting at the counter with a regular chair. First of all, the surface will probably go up to your chest. This will make sitting out the counter quite pointless. At least you will know how children feel when they sit on a chair that is way too low. Besides just using these chairs to sit at a counter, you can also use them to help enhance the look of your kitchen as well.
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