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Having Beautiful and Functional Kitchen - Your kitchen can be both attractive & functional simultaneously. For tips on mixing beauty with function in the kitchen, see the steps below.

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  1. 1. f urnit uref romt urkey.comhttp://www.furniturefromturkey.com/turkish-furniture-manufacturers/having-beautiful-and-functional-kitchen.htmlHaving Beautiful and Functional KitchenHaving Beautiful and Functional KitchenHaving Beautif ul and Functional Kitchen - Your kitchen can be both attractive & f unctional simultaneously.For tips on mixing beauty with f unction in the kitchen, see the steps below.Ban the non-kitchen clutterThe kitchen countertop is not a place f or mail, keys,backpacks, loose change, newspaper or any other clutter.Make sure those items have a home. Keep only necessaryitems in the kitchen.Light your kitchen properlyDo you have under cabinet lighting? Lighting on yourcountertop is important since upper cabinets generateshadows on your work space. Above cabinet lighting is apleasant dramatic ef f ect. You can add decorative lightingf ixtures such as a ceiling f an or chandelier.Only functional accessoriesPut away the f ake plants, canisters of cooking utencils, decorative platters you will never use, dish washingaccessories that are not used every day, hanging pots that very hit your head, the tea kettle sitting on yourstove that you never use, the cookbook holder that gets used two times a year, any tiny appliance that isnot used every day, & any other cluttery items. Replace them with clear glass jars f or your f lour, sugar,pasta, dry cereal, rice, beans, & other items that you will actually use. The only things on your countertopought to be things that are used at least one time a week. In case you do use an appliance every day, makesure it is a top quality decorative appliance.Purge duplicates & unnecessary itemsDo you have multiple ice cream scoops, pizza cutters, can openers, or any other utensil? What about tinyappliances that you never use collecting dust in your cabinets – a f ondue set, salad spinner, ice creammaker, or vacuum sealer? Get rid of anything taking up valuable kitchen space.Organize your items logicallyAre your pots & pot holders by the stove? Are your cookie sheets by the oven? When you use the last ofthe cereal, do you have a convenient place within your kitchen to write that item on your grocery list?Be thoughtful with the artwork on the walls of your kitchenThink about a giant chalkboard to write your grocery list or the dinner menu. Since lighting is so important, agiant mirror to ref lect light around the room would even be lovely. Artwork with plenty of color will generatea cheerf ul room. Do not attach anything to the f ront of your ref rigerator. In case you must, put a f ewessential items only on the least visible side of your ref rigerator.Remove items from on top of your upper cabinetsThink about removing the items f rom on top of the upper cabinets in your kitchen. Those items collect
  2. 2. dust. Of ten cabinets with nothing on them look better than those with f ake plants.Add cabinet hardware to the cabinets in your kitchenCabinet knobs & pulls are not only jewelry f or the room, they also protects the cabinets f rom abrasion. Incase you have stainless steel appliances or a stainless steel sink, think about adding stainless steel knobs& pulls (not shiny chrome).