Miner's Cottage IContemporary Kitchen, Gloucestershire
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3. Clear your counters. How does your kitchen look? Perhaps the mixer is left out from your holiday baking or the blender is sitting out awaiting your weekend smoothie-making. No matter how good-looking your small kitchen appliances are, having too many on a countertop takes up too much visual (and valuable) space. So consider leaving out only the appliances you use on a daily basis, like a coffee maker. Stow the rest away. While you’re at it, take a critical look at fruit bowls, decorative candles, baking canisters, spice racks, tissue boxes, cookbooks and paper towel holders. If you have room available, consider finding a permanent home for these items in a drawer, cabinet or shelf. Think about donating unused items to a local nonprofit.