Very good advice! As a designer, it is not my goal to fill every space in a kitchen with cabinetry, it is to design with both form and funtion in mind.
With all the pots, pans, utensils, and other cooking ephemera floating around most kitchens, sometimes it feels like you never have enough storage space. But rather than adding extra cabinets wherever there’s room, it might be better to ask yourself “what stuff do I need?” and “how do I want to organize my new kitchen?” The answers will clarify what you have and use, what you don’t have but want, and how much wasted space you have that could be turned into well-thought-out cabinetry. Lastly, consider what kinds of conveniences in cabinet technology could make your kitchen an enjoyable place for cooking.
Love this! Especially the Island!!
Love this kitchen!
If you just gather in the kitchen and don't really cook eliminate things, I use everything or I would not have acquired it. Multiple china, glassware, and sliver sets. Drawers of cooking utinsels some took a long time to find, prior to Internet shopping. Can never have too many serving pieces. Pots bowls skillets iron ware casseroles baking pans and trays . Spices need to be cleared out annually. I've gotten electric appliances beyond the mixer and don't like any of them out. Out outlets in the pantry. The only things out are the coffee maker, a blender, & the sealer. The kitchen is the heart of the home get as much as you can afford.