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Kitchen Organisation Guide

Kitchen Organisation Guide

How to Organise your Kitchen

We spend a lot of time in our kitchen, from that first cuppa in the morning to chatting long into the evening over the kitchen table, it’s the heartbeat of our home. To create an orderly space that is easy to keep clean and tidy is a must. However, we don’t want this important space to feel sterile, rather a carefully curated mix of practical furniture and storage pieces that work to make our lives easier. Here are some ideas on how you can organise your kitchen into a character-filled space that brings you joy every day.

 

Add Freestanding Furniture

We love to add freestanding furniture to our kitchen – it gives this space a unique, one-of-a-kind feel, while at the same time offering plenty of extra storage and worktop space.

 

Learn How to Organise Kitchen Cupboards

Our kitchen is a collection of treasured pieces: like our antique dresser which houses our favourite ceramics, it’s a much-loved and much-used room. Create your very own bespoke kitchen with freestanding pieces and storage solutions for a truly unique space. When wondering about how to organise kitchen cupboards, we recommend choosing open shelves to house your favourite crockery or a glass-fronted cabinet to display your glassware. Not only is everything easier to find but each piece is a feature in itself.

Explore Reclaimed and Recycled

Kitchens are the hardest working room in the house so even the smallest details need to serve a purpose. We love kitchen treasures which combine functionality and beauty – especially when they are reclaimed or recycled, too.

Make the Most of Cool Containers

Pantry storage pieces – baskets, boxes and jars – can be collected over time and don’t all need to match but cohesion is key. Match all similar-looking items on one shelf so they don’t compete for attention and will create a single sweep visually. If you enjoy a low waste lifestyle, decanting supplies into jars and containers will encourage you to refill the exact amount you need rather than overbuying. Clear containers will allow you to manage quantities more easily, while if you like a more mismatched aesthetic, choose different tins to add colour to your space.

A Place For Everything

It’s worth splashing out on those practical items which are well-used in your kitchen, and will make even the washing up a more joyful task! You can be playful with your choices, too, adding quirky or colourful accessories to turn functional objects into something much more special.

We love the variety that these pieces add to your kitchen, making organisation easy and beautiful, too. You can find more kitchen organisation ideas on our website.

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