Before you can brush up on your culinary skills and repertoire of homemade recipes, you need to ensure you’ve got the right space to do it in as this is often something that holds us back. So to stop that from getting in the way, I’ve put together a few tips to ensure you’re kitchen provides the perfect blank canvas.
Clean your act up, kid!
So first of all, you’re going to want to make sure that your kitchen is clean and tidy. This is super important if you want to be able to enjoy a space that looks fresh, is easy to work in but most importantly – won’t cause to contract a potentially fatal disease. Go through and deep clean all of the cabinets and sides, and throw out that pot of yoghurt that has been cultivating new life forms in the back of the fridge for weeks.
Iron out any issues you might have going on
If you’re someone that let’s your kitchen get into a complete state then completely avoid even stepping in it, then you’re going to want to do a little more than a basic clean. You may even need to get your local block drain specialist on the blower just to give everything a once over.
Give your kitchen decor a seeing to
It may also help you to give your interior design scheme a bit of TLC. Pinpoint out what your dream interior design would look like and get to work, bish. It’s important that you want to be in your kitchen and if your decor gives you the ick, this just isn’t going to happen.
Stock your pantry up like an apocalypse is coming
Finally, you’re going to want to make sure that you’re stocking your pantry up with everything but the kitchen sink. Although, the kitchen sink might come in useful when zombies have taken over and there’s nothing to eat but year-old pasta…
This is where loads of people get it wrong – included. They (we) only ever buy the bits and bobs that they need for specific recipes as and when they need them but if you can stock up a good basic pantry, you then only have to get the fresh ingredients. Plus, when you’re rushing through the door 15 minutes before Love Island is due to start, you’ve already got the stuff you need to knock up a quick TV dinner.