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How to Create More Space in the Kitchen with Sensible Storage

How to Create More Space in the Kitchen with Sensible Storage

The kitchen is always the home’s hive of activity. It’s the place where many of us gather to prepare food, snack or simply to chat and have a hot drink. But with so much going on, it’s not always easy to keep the room free from clutter.

Luckily for us, there is a wide range of products that help with the storage essentials of the kitchen. By storing dry food, ingredients and cooking paraphernalia neatly away in finely designed containers, you can clear the room and make more space for using the room comfortably.

Here are some lovely ways now available at Dotmaison to store things away securely and stylishly.

        

Storing bread hygienically and safely in a modern and style is offered by RIG-TIG. The BOX-IT bread box is great for getting your bread out of harm’s way. Capable of keeping bread fresher for longer, the box fits in most kitchen spaces. Produced from a sleek and tough melamine with a bamboo lid, the bread box is a great looking way to look after bread, and save space. What’s more, the lid can be used as an extra chopping board. Available in three colours of light grey, dark grey, and black.

        

All sorts of food can be stored away securely in the Cirqula Multi Bowl 2000ml from Rosti. Available in a wide range of colours, the bowl is an attractive and durable way to store foodstuffs. Made of a strong material the bowl is 100% airtight, allowing food to last for longer.

The see through lid means you can always see everything enclosed within. Perfect for storing in fridge or freezer, the bowl (with lid off) can even be microwaved. The versatile bowls are also ideal for a simple serving bowl for pasta, salad and sides.

    

Storing kitchen utensils and tools is made remarkably easy and stylish with the Linear Stem Utensil Pot, Slate from Orla Kiely. Made from enamelware and featuring the famous Orla Kiely linear stem pattern, the pot is a striking way to keep utensils stored away. A neat and tidy solution, and one that always looks at its best, the pot is a fantastic way to clear surfaces and make more room. The utensil pot could make a great gift for anyone who likes their kitchen to be in good order.

    

Another RIG-TIG design ideal for space saving in the kitchen is the DISHY Washing Up Bowl and Dish. Offering a 2-1 solution to crowded kitchens, the item is both a bowl and a dish rack. Produced in a tough and durable plastic, the piece is a great way to tidy things up when it comes to the washing-up.

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