Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite room in the house is the kitchen. I love to cook and entertain; my kitchen reflects my enthusiasm. My fellow foodies, I am sure you have felt the pain of cluttered cabinets and drawers, as you try to squeeze new cookware purchases, exotic spices, and more into your kitchen. I am sure many of you do not have the funds or time to knock out a wall to add room to your kitchen. I have a better idea for you; re-invent the space you already have. Minimalist techniques can help you use every square inch of your kitchen. The first step in making the most of the space in your kitchen is figuring out what is causing the most clutter.
A quick scan of your kitchen can easily identify your troubled areas. Pots and pans cause the most clutter in my kitchen. I love a kitchen design with plenty of cabinet space to hide bulky items. The key ingredient in successfully conquering your kitchen is organization. If your problem is similar to mine, separate your pans from your pots and so on. I found the best method for dealing with cook ware clutter is to create an exclusive space for everything. Not only will your kitchen have a clean look, you will be able to find what you need with ease. Are you ready to put some of these ideas to work in your own kitchen? Visit the Houzz website to begin purchasing items and using a remodeling service to create your dream, organized kitchen.