De-cluttering Your Kitchen

If your kitchen is dated and space has become an issue but you can’t afford a new kitchen, it may be time to de-clutter your kitchen. Take some time to think about what you use, and what you don’t and start getting rid of the things that you don’t use; or have not used since 1985 like the old magic mixer at the back of your cupboard for example.

Often you accumulate quite a few old kitchen appliances, and these day’s you can get something that will do the job of many of those individual items, so it may be worth boxing them and storing them in the garage or throwing them out completely. Just be careful when your buying multi-functional food processor machines, and always aim for the mid price range; make sure you read the reviews across a few sites to avoid encountering fake reviews, so you can get a good idea of the quality of the processor machine you wish to buy. Andrew James have a very good range and also of good quality.

Don’t be cheap, invest in some new cookware and get some racks for your pots and pans, as well as space saver gadgets to organise your cupboards; only have the minimum amount of each cutlery item required plus a few extras if you have a massive amount of cutlery gathering in your kitchen drawer. It may be best to just get a brand new set to go with your new cookware and throw the old ones out so you have a matching set that’s consistent.