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Kitchen downsized? Space thrifty tools to the rescue.

by becky last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:00 AM
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by becky last modified Oct 26, 2010

Small is Beautiful. But only if it’s efficient first.  That is the Law in kitchen design. Generally, downsizing is a good thing – it drives less consumption in many ways: cleaning furnishing heating/cooling impulse buying without thinking about storage (we don’t need more STUFF) Kitchen gets smarter Unfortunately, a smaller kitchen means rethinking a few [...]




 

 

Small is Beautiful.

But only if it’s efficient first.  That is the Law in kitchen design.

Generally, downsizing is a good thing – it drives less consumption in many ways:

  • cleaning
  • furnishing
  • heating/cooling
  • impulse buying without thinking about storage (we don’t need more STUFF)

Kitchen gets smarter

Unfortunately, a smaller kitchen means rethinking a few things.  Like, how many duplicate cookie sheets, pots, & utensils are actually necessary?  If you’re an avid cook – understandable (also unlikely that you’d have a small kitchen).

Less storage means getting smarter about cooking tools you actually use often.  There are some great options for multiple tools combined into a single tool to save storage space.  And water when it comes time to clean.

kitchen arts-adjustable measuring spoon

1 adjustable teaspoon = 5-spoons-on-a-ring

sur la table's adjustable measuring cup

1 measuring cup = 7 conventional measuring cups

progressive's collapsible measuring cups

Collapsible measuring cups from Progressive

progressive's collapsible salad spinners

Collapsible salad spinner from Progressive. Want!


 

 

 
 
 

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