Designing your dream (and clean) kitchen

When designing your dream kitchen, the practicality of the space may not be at the top of your mind. Between finding your perfect colour scheme and deciding between a modern or traditional style, it’s normal to forget things that will make living in your space easier. One of those things is cleanliness.
You may love the idea of a porcelain double-sink, but unless you pair it with an adjustable tap, you may find that keeping it shining is a time-consuming task. Whichever kitchen refurbishment company you choose to work with should provide you with some suggestions and recommendations to make your new kitchen refurb align with your particular set of requirements.

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Still, there are some helpful aspects to any kitchen that can help keep it squeaky clean.

Top tips for keeping your kitchen clean

Use countertop space selectively: Crowded countertops will appear messier than clear ones. Adding additional cabinets or cupboards during your kitchen refurb can ensure everything has a place to hide.

Clean as you go: Cleaning as you go can be made easier if you have a place to put any used pots and utensils – like a dishwasher or double sink.

Organise the under-sink cabinet: To make keeping your kitchen clean easier, consider installing an organiser under your sink to give your cleaning supplies a dedicated space.

Why keeping your kitchen clean is so important

Did you know that every year there are 2.4 million cases of food poisoning in the UK? One potential area to come across the harmful bacteria responsible is your kitchen.

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As well as improper cooking, unsanitary cooking areas are a leading cause of food poisoning at home. Keeping a kitchen clean does not only provide aesthetic appeal, but it can help reduce your chances of passing harmful bacteria to your food.

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