Think about how and where you use kitchen items. Store breakfast foods and bowls near the breakfast table. Keep wraps and plastic containers in one handy spot near a work surface for wrapping leftovers. Locate dishware and flatware near the dishwasher to ease the process of unloading.
Renovating your kitchen needn’t cost as much as a decent university education, according to designer Robin Siegerman, principal of Sieguzi Kitchen & Home Inc. and author of Renovation Bootcamp: Kitchens. With a bit of research, imagination, and in some cases, a little do-it-yourself effort, you can make an old kitchen look almost brand new. Cheers…
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