It’s very easy to fall in love with alluringly styled open shelves, and to feel oscillate by the convenience of keeping often used items sitting on our kitchen counter, bathroom sink and desk — but are these methods of storing your belongings really helpful? While there’s actually nothing wrong with keeping things out in the open area, I’ve recently been discovering that creating fuller use of hidden storage makes for a cleaner, neater, much more peaceful and easier-to-maintain space.
Get more useful, usable space. It seems good enough at first with a simple canister of wooden spoons alongside the stove, a knife rack, an attractive cutting board — after all, isn’t it good to have things within reach? But when the coffeepot, mixer, blender, toaster, teakettle, and dish drying rack are all grapple for space, it can be hard to carve out sufficient room to prepare much more than a bowl of grains. Imagine that how luxurious it would feel to start your dinner prepared with the counters wide open and clear.
Tip: One should store knives and cooking utensils in a narrow drawer beside the stove.
Keep things dust free. Open shelves in flats in pune (when carefully maintained) can be attractive, however they also collect dust, and in the kitchen, this is often creates worse by the addition of cooking oil spattering from the stovetop. If you have got open shelving that you simply don’t plan to change, try keeping a little variety of everyday dishes on the shelves, and protect the rest of your kitchen things behind closed doors.
It is recently discovered that by simply cleaning out the medicine cabinet and adjusting the shelving so it could fit some taller items inside, it also can easily contain all of the toiletries and toothbrushes behind the closed doors instead of on the sink. With only a sweet container of soap and vase of flowers at the sink, and a quick swipe with a cloth is often all that needs to be done to get the bathroom party-ready.
Tip: Store larger quantities of extra items (toilet paper, soap) in a hall closet instead of in the bathroom to free up space.
Make your house cleaning quicker and easier. With countertops and surfaces clear, dusting and cleaning take far less time and less effort than when those same surfaces are filled with items that need to be cleared off, and then returned. Floors free of litter are ready for a quick sweep or vacuuming, and you’re more likely to get into every corner when nothing is blocking the way.
Make it easy to avoid accumulating more litter. When piling stuff on any available surface area is the storage method, there is almost no limit to the amount of stuff you can add to the towers of laundry, books and papers. But when putting away is the rule, and you’ve gotten into the habit of keeping surfaces clean and clear, it’s actually easier to maintain a litter-free home in pune.
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