Tiny apartments don't have a lot of storage, so every centimetre in the kitchen counts! The Dreaded Deep Dark Corner Cupboard is far more useable now...
Good old fashioned corner plate rack! Helping clients to organise their pots and pans calls for some creativity! If you have room a frying pan organiser is great, especially if you have more than three pans. I've tried the old trick of using an office file rack with mixed results depending on the robustness of… Continue reading A Tiny Tidy Tip! ~ Go Vertical With Your Frying Pans.
This designer kitchen, well made and nestled in a warm and inviting open plan living area, was just not working for its busy owners.
I'm talking about the stuff you have to do day-in and day-out. Sometimes several times a day. But easier.
This busy, tired mum called me in to sort out her dark, crowded pantry. With a good bit of elbow grease, some decluttering and organising wizardry and I had it ship shape before the family came home.
Marie Kondo's method was originally designed for compact homes with minimal storage, and that makes a lot of sense. But what if you suck at folding?
Try a few of my tips for a less stressful, more organised Christmas and a fridge a little less stuffed. 1. The Big Chuck Out Check use-by dates, get rid of weird stuff no one is going to eat, things that are growing or composting, are completely unidentifiable or have freezer burn. Consider moving some… Continue reading 10 Tips To Avoid Fridge Chaos This Christmas!
Overwhelmed by the beast that is your refrigerator? Scared of the Things growing in the back? Gagging at the smell when the door opens?
Kitchens can be a problem in the rented home, especially apartments. Storage is minimal and you can't make any permanent additions or anything that costs too much of your own money. Here are a few ideas you can try to transform your rental kitchen!