If you love to cook and your enjoy experimenting in the kitchen, there is no better gift you can give yourself than a kitchen upgrade. This is especially true if you have an idea about starting a small home based catering business as a better equipped kitchen will be easier to work with and will also provide you with motivation to work better and longer.
Upgrades to reduce the work you have
Cleaning up a kitchen after you have finished cooking can be a lot of work and it can be even worse if you work professionally from your kitchen. In this case, one of the better upgrades would be to get kitchen glass splashbacks for your kitchen as this will indeed reduce the amount of work involved and the cleaning you will have to do afterwards.
You can consider getting glass splashbacks Northern Beaches as they are not only less expensive but they are also stunning and will make your home look amazing.
Adding in extra storage
One of the bigger problems that we have in our kitchens is that they are often cluttered because we have too many things and too little storage. Adding in some extra storage in to your kitchen can make a world of difference as it will help you to clear out all of the clutter and give you more space to work on. When adding in cabinets and cupboards, make sure you add them above eye level as this will retain the floor space in your kitchen and keep it looking spacious. You can even choose to add some “show off” cabinets high above your reach in order to add more of the things you have in your kitchen that you do not use very often.
In addition to this, you can also try to make more space for another counter top for you to work on because this will indeed make your life a lot easier. This is especially true if you are doing it as a business because you will have to make products in bulk and you will need a place to store them until you have delivered them. You can also clear up more space by installing hanging plate racks and dish drying shelves, again above eye level because this frees up space on your counters for you to work with. Of the keys is to have as much hidden storage as possible. In other words, look for ways to store things in areas that are not immediately visible to the naked eye.