Small Apartment Kitchen Hacks To Live By
Tiny kitchen is one of the many problems that many renters encounter. No matter how small your kitchen is, you can still find a way to make the space as liveable and comfortable as possible. In fact, we have some hacks that you can use to organize and fit everything into your little kitchen space. Here are some:
If you wish to maximize the space in your kitchen, you have to find a way to make use of each and every little corner of your kitchen. One of the most overlooked item in the kitchen is the cabinet doors. To make the most out of these things, it is recommended that you stick either a magnetic board or a cork board in there. You can then use the boards to post your reminders, keep your grocery list, place your schedules and many more.
Another way to maximize your kitchen cabinet doors is to attach some screws inside it. You can hang your measuring cups, ladles, tongs and other kitchen tools in these screws. Not only will this help you save space, this is also a good way to store all your tools in an accessible place.
Do you want to get organized but you have no space to hang your chalk board on? Well, chalkboard paint is the key! This item will help you turn any free surface or space in the kitchen into your very own chalkboard. Just simply apply this and you are free to list down your to do’s or write the measuring equivalents that you need to know while baking.
Since your kitchen only has small space, then all your furniture and cabinets must multi task. These include your refrigerator door! Get the smallest jars that you can find attach a small magnet in its cap and a label at the bottom part then fill each jars with spices. Write the name of the spice in the label so you can easily find the spice that you need.
If you are looking for apartments for rent and you can not find one with a big kitchen, then just simply opt for one with a small kitchen. The hacks provided above will assure you that you will be able to use your small apartment kitchen as comfortable as possible.
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