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How To Add Flow Into Your Kitchen

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The kitchen is a hive of activity in your home. From preparing your meals to seemingly endless cleaning. You’ll end up spending a surprising amount of your week in there. It should be a space that’s easy and comfortable for you to work in. If you’ve been struggling with your kitchen workspace, you can get inspired here by how you can improve it.

Kitchen Design

How does your kitchen make you feel when you walk into it? If you feel exasperated at the thought of being in there, it might be time to rethink the design. L-shaped kitchen designs are able to maximise the space and make working in the kitchen much easier for you. The design works for both small and open-spaces. You shouldn’t have to work around your kitchen, it should work for you.

Storage Solutions

No matter the size of your kitchen, strategic storage is a must. Again, you could reassess the layout of your kitchen: are you making the most of the space? You can make the most of every nook and cranny, particularly in a small kitchen. There are simple solutions you can work with: from putting up a couple of shelves, to using hooks inside cupboard doors to hang things up.


It is far too easy for a kitchen to become cluttered: From forgetting to do the dishes to buying a bunch of ingredients you never end up using, make life easier for yourself by keep your kitchen organised.

It’s also tempting to go out and buy the latest gadgets and equipment when you really only need a few essential items in order to have everything necessary to make pretty much any recipe you can think of. If you’re not sure of the basic equipment you’ll need, check out the guide at which has some great pointers on what equipment to put in your kitchen

Before you cook, make sure you tidy up and organize your kitchen space and only have the equipment you need out. You need to ensure everything has its place and you know where to find things. This goes for both your food and your utensils.


Let’s be honest: we all have at least one kitchen gadget we thought sounded amazing and we’ve barely used it. It might even still be in the box. When it comes to kitchen gadgets you’ve got to follow a couple of rules. If you barely use a gadget, store it away. If you never use it, it’s time to donate or recycle. Also, don’t buy them in the first place if you know realistically you’re never going to use them. Save yourself money and space.

Eating Area

Not only should your kitchen be practical for you to work in, but it should also act as a socialising space. Adding an eating area to your kitchen can give it a whole new feel. You’d be surprised that a kitchen island can even work in a small space.  Make sure to keep this area clean for yourself, and for guests.

By following a few simple steps, you can feel much more comfortable in your kitchen. Do you have any tips on how to improve flow in a kitchen?

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