Tips No. 6. Solutions for non-existent entryway. The front entry forms the first impression. No entry hall? No worries, there are perfect solutions that can make an efficient entry area. a. A pile of shoes, baskets, boxes, kids’ backpacks… There are too many items at the entrance of your home. Get rid of unwanted things that are located at your front door. b. Try your best to create a functional walkway. c. Work vertically and use any small bits of wall. d. Opt for the right furniture. Choose consoles with a narrow profile or folding chairs. e. Make your items work double-duty. For instance, you can use a storage bench.
Tips No. 46. Create a baking zone.Do you like making delicious cookies, rolls, loaves of bread and other bakery products? Keeping all of your ingredients within arm’s reach of your preparation area will make you feel great. You can corral all ingredients in a designated kitchen cabinet or shelf. Clear out the designated kitchen cabinet and make space for your favorites.a. Bring all of your baking ingredients together and check the expiration dates.b. Throw unwanted ingredients away.c. Create a list of missing ingredients and go shopping as soon as possible.d. Put the ingredients into containers or mason jars, grouping them according to their purpose.e. Label these containers and jars and stock your new space.Enjoy baking and fall in love with the order in your baking zone.
Tips No. 75. Store your kitchen gadgets and appliances.The best way to keep your kitchen gadgets organized is to group them by type. Otherwise, you will forget what you have and where you put it. Here is an example.a. The first group: hand mixer, stand mixer, blender, food processor, and juicer.b. The second group: toaster, panini press, popcorn machine, and waffle iron.c. The third group: deep fryer, bread machine, pressure cooker, rice cooker, and slow cooker.