Family-Friendly Kitchen Tips


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Having difficulties thinking of how to furnish your kitchen to accommodate everyone in the family? With these tips, you will be able to put together a family-friendly kitchen in no time!

Add a blackboard 

A blackboard in a kitchen makes it easy to write down reminders, grocery lists, or even an inspirational quote for everyone to see. You will never forget your to-do list for each day.


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Try kids'-height furniture 

With kids around, it may be easier to opt for furniture that is of their height. This way, the kids will not have to bug their parents whenever they need a (healthy) mid-day snack.


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Eat-in kitchen 

The eat-in kitchen allows the whole family to be together while dinner is being prepared. This will allow the family to fill each other in on the happenings of their day before starting on their meal.


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Accessible pantry 

Pantry cabinets with drawers that fully extend make it easy to reach items. It becomes more convenient to obtain ingredients when preparing meals, especially when you are in a rush to prepare food for your guest.


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Convection microwave

A convection microwave works both as a device for reheating and cooking, and a fast-speed oven. In other words, multi-tasking has just been made easier in the kitchen.


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Textured flooring

The kitchen floor can get really wet and oily after cooking. Apart from keeping your floor clean and dry, prevent slips and falls by choosing tiles with texture. 


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Keep pots and pans out of reach

Prevent children from being able to reach pots and pans by placing them in shelves over the counter. Never have to worry about leaving them alone in the kitchen ever again!


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Avoid sharp corners 

Sharp corners may be dangerous especially for young children who are not mindful of their surroundings. Opt for round cornered tables or furniture to prevent accidents from taking place in your household.


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