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Tips No. 35. A systematically organized cooking space.You can make the most of your kitchen. Before you start cluttering of your cooking zone, consider how many cabinets you have. Which area are used for which cooking tasks? How many kitchen appliances and dishes can you purge? You can get a detailed plan on paper.a. Bring all cooking utensils and tools together. Toss unwanted cooking tools.b. Put the spices, oils and bottles of vinegar into designated spots.c. Organize spoons, knives, cutting boards, etc.d. Organize your pots, pans skillets, and other cookware. Try to organize all cookware close to your stove. And from now onwards, when you want to find your cooking tool, you'll always know where it is.
Tips No. 37. Create more cook-friendly kitchen.If you are able, create a station on your counter where you will keep your cooking essentials. Cooking oil, salt, black pepper, and garlic are the most commonly used cooking ingredients. In this way, your space becomes more cook-friendly. Use an old cutting board to designate this spot.
Tips No. 237. Built-Ins - maximize space in your living room.Built-ins will give your living room a well-organized appearance. You can frame your doorway with shelves and add amazing storage to your living room. You can organize your books or display your favorite collection.Built-ins can turn an unused space in the living room into a multi-functional storage. You can use irregularly shaped walls and nooks. Make the most of your small living room!