There is no doubt that the kitchen is one of the most well-used and visually appealing rooms in your home. A kitchen often serves as the central hub of the home; it’s the place where people gather in the mornings, chat during a dinner party and wind down at the end of a tiring week. With all of this in mind, you want to create the most functional and beautiful kitchen you can, so that you can get the most out of this important room in your home. If it has always been important for you to maintain a healthy and happy family kitchen, here are a few ideas which will contribute to this very goal.
A Water Filter Tap
As you know, staying hydrated and drinking plenty of water throughout the day is the ideal way to stay healthy. Many people don’t enjoy drinking tap water straight from the source, as it isn’t always clear what kind of chemicals are in unfiltered water. With this in mind, you may want to explore high quality water filters that are fitted under your sink. This will not only remove contaminants from your tap water, but it will also give you a quick and simple solution for filtered water in your kitchen.
Narrow Pull Out Drawer For Spices
If you have a small space to use in your fitted cupboards, then why not consider a narrow pull out drawer for your herbs and spices? This is the ideal addition to any modern kitchen and it serves a very functional purpose for those who love to cook!
Wall Mounted Cereal Dispensers
Who wouldn’t want a beautiful display of delicious cereals in their modern kitchen? Investing in wall mounted cereal dispensers is a clever and trendy way to free up some much needed storage space in your kitchen. Opt for clear glass dispensers with a label so that you always know what type of cereal you have got in stock!
If you’re a fan of hosting lots of guests, it could be a good idea to have a secondary sink in an adjacent pantry area. Having two sinks in a modern kitchen truly is a no brainer, if you’re looking to make a handful of upgrades. Your second sink is the ideal place to wash vegetables, fill up the kettle or place your used pots and pans during a dinner party.
Hidden Rubbish and Recycling Bins
It’s no secret that rubbish and recycling bins can be an eyesore in a beautifully curated kitchen. This is where a handy, hidden cupboard can come into play. Dedicate a pull out drawer to your rubbish bin and make space for separate recycling if you have the means. This will create a more aesthetically pleasing kitchen area overall.
Having a functional kitchen doesn’t mean that you need to compromise on beauty or style. There are so many wonderful ways you can incorporate clever features without ruining the aesthetics in your kitchen. Take all of these ideas on board and enjoy the process of upgrading your kitchen!
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