Seven Bold Home Décor Ideas 2020!
- 1 January, 2020
As Christmas day draws closer, you think about all the food that needs to be cooked, cabinets that need to be organised and the guests that are about to arrive. It is safe to say that most of your time will be spent in the kitchen preparing for the feast and the fun that will be had.
To ensure that you and your guests have a great time, make sure that the kitchen is fully prepared for everything that it may endure during the season.
Hide unnecessary clutter – There are certain items which have been taking up counter space, like mail and bills lying around. You don’t want to have any type of clutter on display. Pack these items if they are important, otherwise, donate or toss to free up more space.
Serveware on the ready – It’s time for the holiday season items, the tableware, the festive dishes and the fancy pots and pans. Make sure your knives are sharpened to avoid any mishap when hacking into your baked chicken or turkey. Take into account any supplies you are missing and purchase them before Christmas day. Make a checklist of your utensils, cookware, serve ware, oils, canned products and any other kitchen necessities.
Stock kitchen accordingly – Take into account your guests food habits. Do they have any food allergies? Are they vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free? With this information prepare accordingly and make sure there is plenty of drink options available for everyone.
Place similar items together – Do not mix items that do not belong. Spices and flavours should be kept together and vegetables should be put next to each other. For instance, in the fridge – liquids should be kept separately and not mixed with goods such as onions.
Customize cabinet space – Cabinets can always be personalized to suit your style. This can be achieved by using various decorative sheets. For example, your shelve space can be used to store cups, plates, pots and pans plus other cutlery pieces.