The right way of arranging your kitchen appliances depends on your lifestyle and the type, size, and function of such appliances. Whether you have a large or small kitchen, the regularly used kitchen appliances should be accessible and ready to be used all the time.
Most of the small electric appliances such as the toaster, coffee machine, oil-free fryer, and microwave are regularly used while cooking and preparing food. That’s why you should keep them accessible placing them on the countertop, under counter shelves, or a backsplash shelf.
Such electric appliances will give your kitchen a decorative look as they will enhance your modern or ultramodern style. However, if you need to create a clean look, you will be able to place your appliances in the nearest cabinet to your sink or worktop to access them easily.
If you have a small sized kitchen, try to purchase the multifunctional electric appliances to save more storage space in the place. You can add a freestanding cabinet in an accessible space to store your regularly used appliances, and try to place the rarely used items in the upper shelves of your high cabinets.
If you have unused appliances, don’t clutter your kitchen cabinets and try to place them in the basement or donate them to the person who will use them perfectly.
Your large appliances should be placed out of your way and organized according to their functions. Your stove should be placed beside the countertop, sink, and cabinets to be able to reach your dishes and the food preparation areas easily.
The refrigerator and oven can be placed in the two ends of your kitchen triangle because they shouldn’t be placed near to each other. This way, your kitchen will be organized and you will reach your items easily.
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