Is your kitchen a little overpopulated with clustered utensils? Are you having trouble arranging it appropriately?

Or you are overwhelmed by staring at amazing kitchen organizing products in Zubaida’s or JB Saeed. Or you may want to consider opening the kitchen onto the living room, using corner furniture and making the most of its lighting.

Then here are 5 tips to help get you started which Gulberg Islamabad wants to suggest here:

• Enhance space with lighting
Take advantage of natural light and avoid putting drapes or blinds in a small kitchen. For optimum lighting in the food preparation and cooking areas, place bright lights above the workspace and above the stove. Choose a ceiling light or hanging lights for general lighting or to brighten the dining area.

• Use your space in a classy manner
For your minor kitchenette to be as prepared as a large one, improve the space by using light, modernized furniture, as opposed to heavy, clunky pieces. Declutter the floor, make the most of the partition space and use its height right up to the ceiling. In addition, use rotating systems in corner cabinets, and place rods or hooks on the walls in order to hang utensils and other items. Finally, choose flexible furniture such as a folding table, collapsible chairs or furniture on wheels that can be moved.

• Discontinuing a wall
If you want to expand your small kitchen, consider put down a wall to open the room onto the living room or dining room. You can then connect an island workspace at the half-way point between the two rooms. This is a modern and trendy way to separate the two areas, and the island can double as a table at mealtime simply by adding some tall chairs.

• Adjusting your appliances the right way
Do some market reiki and find appliances that are designed for small kitchens. For example, choose compact options or combination units, such as a stove-dishwasher combo. Smaller sized refrigerators and microwave ovens are also available.

• Play with pastel colors
To make a room appear wide, use pastel colors as they give a feeling of glow and space. White is ideal, but you can also add a darker tone on one of the walls to add depth. Whatever colors you choose, try to adapt the color of your walls to that of your furniture to create a pleasant look.

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