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Kitchen Accessories: Must-Haves for an Efficient Kitchen

Posted on: June 22, 2011

Whether you’re designing a new kitchen or remodeling your current one and need help with the new design, keep one thing in mind – no good kitchen design is complete without accessories. Kitchen accessories can make your space not only more attractive but more efficient as well. For a fully functional new kitchen in Maryland, Washington, DC or Virginia, contact the kitchen design experts at Jack Rosen today!

Kitchen Tools to Always Have Handy

There are a few utensils and accessories to always have handy in the kitchen, stored in a drawer or cabinet that is easy to reach. These include:
• Eating utensils
• Whisk
• Spatula
• Tongs
• Heavier duty knives for cooking meat, fruit, etc.

Anything you use frequently, and particularly everyday items like utensils, plates and juice glasses, should be highly accessible. You should make sure you get a great brand of knives as well. Professional designers can help with this, and the experts at Jack Rosen will design an efficient kitchen that you’ll love.

Kitchen Accessories for All Kinds of Kitchens

Whether you have a Tuscan, contemporary, country or rustic kitchen, efficient kitchen accessories can make all the difference in the world!

Stacked drawers like these are great not only for storage, but they also act as an excellent kitchen accessory because they’re so simple and convenient. They are ideal for storing anything from rolling pins, utensils and spices to smaller frying pans and plates.

Roll-out units, especially stacked to maximize storage, are also one of the best kitchen accessories.

A multi-level roll-out shelving unit saves space and allows for high storage capacity. Whether you store food or pots, pans, dishes and utensils, you can make the most out of your space and create a truly efficient kitchen.

When it comes to kitchen accessories, most people don’t immediately think of cabinets, but shelving installed onto a cabinet door can be extremely useful – and not to mention a real space saver!

Other great kitchen accessories are hanging pot and pan racks and a spice jar wall device, which save you drawer space, and neither takes up much room. In addition, all your spices are conveniently in plain sight and very accessible.

Does your family cook a lot? Do you entertain often and make meals for a large number of people? If so, double wall ovens and warming drawers are ideal kitchen accessories for you! They allow you to cook two separate entrees of a meal at the same time without having to leave out any food to get cold.

Whatever style kitchen you want, there are accessories that can complement the design and provide full functionality. The sky is the limit when it comes to kitchen accessories, from roll-out shelving to stacked drawers and double wall ovens, and a professional kitchen design company can help you decide what will work best for you. For an efficient kitchen design in Maryland, Washington, DC or Virginia, call Jack Rosen today!

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