Simple does not always have to be boring. Use these tips to easily create an amazing and quite often delightful minimalist kitchen. Get Rid of The Clutter. Your very first step on course to a less-cluttered, simpler kitchen is to eliminate the clutter.
It’s quite amazing how the right utensils can pull a kitchen into focus. It’s a well-known fact that you can’t cook unless you have utensils to work with. If you’ve got no knives, then you won’t be able to do chopping and cooking, regardless of how good a chef you are. And this is one area where having really good cooking utensils really helps in simplifying things. You don’t really need one utensil to do everything, which is what makes them so great in a minimalist kitchen – you can get a lot done with just a few basic cooking tools.
Another trick for really getting rid of a lot of that clutter is to be aware of what you’re actually doing when you’re in the kitchen. For example, if you’re washing up, use the floor standing mop and don’t use the dishwasher or dish trays. This way, you can get rid of some of that clutter that tends to accumulate around the sink. Instead, you can move it to a convenient spot away from the sink. You’ll also make sure that you never, ever have to touch that annoying scented cleaning spray again.
A key factor to many people’s minimalist kitchens is the lack of storage space. While having less storage space than you might like is unavoidable, there are simple ways to solve that problem in a really nice way. The trick is in choosing what you actually want to store in that space, rather than forcing you to buy more things that you don’t need.