Clear space in your kitchen by eliminating any appliances you don’t need. Take away extra whisks, lemon juicers, and ladles from your kitchen drawers—anything that doesn’t see a lot of use. Your drawers should open with ease and the utensils inside should look well arranged. Practice the same amount of detail and care when clearing out your cabinets.
Kitchen cabinets hold a lot of essentials. Sometimes too much tableware can end up behind closed cabinet doors. First, clear the clutter by emptying your cabinets completely. Then assess what to put back inside. Match the number of plates, bowls, and glasses to make it aesthetically pleasing and roomy. Now that your cabinets and drawers are in order, it’s a good time to take a look at your countertops.
When your countertops are cluttered, they’ll look smaller than they truly are. Clear space by packing away your toaster, knife block, and salt and pepper grinders. Keep your espresso machine out for a cozy and inviting kitchen feel. Once you’ve tidied up your kitchen as much as you like, you can move on to the next critical area—the master bathroom.