yourself wishing that you have bigger kitchen space in your home in Metro
Manila? Well, unless you plan to move to another house, or are actually living
in the provinces, the prospects of you ever having a spacious kitchen are indeed
very unlikely. However, there are some helpful kitchen tips that could make it
more spacious. Here are a few:
Surprised about this suggestion? Don't be. Most of the time, our
shelves are full of food that would probably be used in the next few months yet.
Although, having a full cupboard is nice to look at, it's not only a waste of
money, but takes up valuable kitchen space as well. Remember to buy just enough
food that could last for at least two weeks --- this is enough lead time for
in stackable containers.
These plastic containers may hold anything and everything whether
food or even kitchen implements. Keeping such items could readily give a kitchen
an organized look and is hygienic. Plus, they can serve double duty as well, as
toy can use them in taking food out of the kitchen for picnics and
in new appliances and furnishings.
If you have enough cash and are inclined to buy new appliances, then
by all means do so. Some kitchen appliances like refrigerators, ovens and the
like; are actually slimmer and smaller guaranteeing more space for your kitchen.
Some "new" kitchen furnishings are also space-savvy. Collapsible
chairs and tables may be used in lieu of the traditional kind; while modular
kitchen counters can be bought according to the amount of counters space one
the center island.
Unless you want to compromise traffic flow in your kitchen then don't
build a center island. Although, having a center island is ideal in a spacious
kitchen; having one in a space-challenged kitchen is just not practical.
your kitchen clutter-free.
The kitchen is just for food and food preparation and is not what we
Pinoys call a bodega. As such, it's not a place for keeping such things as old
newspapers, bottles and other stuff that accumulates in the home.