Can making some changes to your kitchen help you get (and stay) organized? While it won’t make balancing your check book easier, it can make some everyday tasks easier and more efficient….which would give you more time to take on the check book thing. (Just saying.)
Choosing a single-hole faucet frees up valuable space in your sink area and helps to cut down on clutter. The Cruette model from Kohler has a pull-down sprayhead which is easy to use and will make cleaning pots and pans less of a chore. Made from polished chrome, this faucet will resist tarnishing and corrosion.
You can add a soap or lotion dispenser on your countertop if you like. This is a much cleaner and neater option than placing a soap dish beside the sink, and you don’t run the risk of your bottle of liquid soap disappearing if someone in the family decides it’s too much trouble to refill the one in the bathroom.
Who knew that a simple kitchen accessory could do so much for family harmony?
Place a wire rinse basket in your sink to dry items and keep your countertops clear. It also helps to protect the bottom of your sink from scratches. They are available in several sizes and styles to fit the dimensions of your sink.
Choose a basket which is dishwasher safe and you can simply run it through a cycle in your machine when it’s time for cleaning.
A sink with a lower middle divider gives you a number of benefits, including being able to soak large pots and pans as necessary (and keep them off your counter). Transferring items from one side of the sink to the other is an easy process, too.
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