hat do you see when you look at your kitchen; adventure or stress? If you answered stress, it’s time to transform the way you look at your kitchen! The only worry a chef should have while cooking is the taste of their food being prepared and served. Imagine your dream kitchen where you can create and discover new dishes while using custom cookware and appliances catered to your specifications. Purchasing the right tools and gadgets changes the way you cook and look at your kitchen. Don’t clutter your kitchen with excess cooking and baking supplies. Try to only keep items you know you will use. If you haven’t used it in the past, you probably won’t use it in the future. “Tools and materials must always be kept tidy and close at hand,” according to kitchen and furniture store, Bulthaup in Los Angeles, CA.
Bulthaup b2 is a kitchen design concept focused on reducing a kitchen to three elements: appliance cabinets, tool cabinets and workbenches. This unique organizational principle turns your kitchen into a workshop with an abundance of mobility and freedom to move around in. The visibility created allows you to see what your space does or doesn’t have. A space-saving technique incorporated within tool cabinets and workbenches are the use of magnetic strips to hang lightweight items and containers. Position your tools and items in an order that’s easily accessible and ready for use.
The next time you are remodeling or redecorating, create an environment where each day you are inspired to cook or bake something new. When brought face to face with specialty kitchen items or tools, your inner chef should be inspired. Here are four elements that make cooking a delight.
Can’t Touch This
Protect your hands from high temperatures with a chic and modern leather design. These leather cloths are far too elegant and fresh to be kept inside your cabinets. We understand when you purposely leave these out on your countertops.
Wipe The Slate Clean
What’s unique about this cutting board is the catching tray underneath which can easily be pulled out and cleaned when needed. The accessories you choose influence the overall design and layout of your particular kitchen.
Shed Some Light
A single light can’t provide all the necessary lighting for your kitchen, so plan for a layered look blending lights into the architectural and decorative details of a room. Your light fixtures should reflect ambient, task, accent, and decorative lighting. Dimmers are ideal for the kitchen just as they are any room. The option to adjust light levels creates a unique dinner conversation and ambiance.
Let’s Shake On It
An eye-catching salt and pepper mill is made from oak and walnut. The presentation is a key aspect of cooking and is often overlooked while eating at home. Transform average meals into five-star plates with impeccable presentation and taste. Create a kitchen with a timeless design that never goes out of style.