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Get Inspiration to Combat Kitchen Clutter from Kitchen Design Showrooms

Even with all the wonderful gadgets and gizmos used to make cooking easier and all the supplies you need to keep the kitchen clean, clutter tends to overrun kitchens at the blink of an eye. Thankfully, kitchen showrooms can provide offer solutions for a clutter-free kitchen. 

There Is No Such Thing as Unavoidable Kitchen Clutter

Homeowners often feel overwhelmed by the amount of clutter kitchens tend to cultivate, fearing the clutter is an unavoidable annoyance of owning a home. However, today there are countless options available, many of which are displayed in kitchen design showrooms, such as those at Weinstein Bath & Kitchen Showroom.

The sink area tends to be one of the worst clutter culprits. Here are three ways to de-clutter the kitchen sink area:

1. Starts with the Faucet – The faucet area, with its hot/cold handles and detached sprayer can appear cluttered without any extra items. Slim down and opt for a single handled faucet or combined faucet sprayer. Touch-free models are also available, allowing for quicker clean up and hand washing.

2. Upgrade Your Sink – Kitchen sinks have come a long way in recent years as new innovations streamline clean up and tackle long standing storage problems. For example, Kohler has several sink models with built in accessories designed to reduce clutter, improve functionality, and increase efficiency.

3. Consider Additional Storage Accessories – Cleaning supplies, such as dish scrappers, sponges, and towels can create messy clutter in, around, and under the kitchen sink. Investing in a few items, such as a scraper and a squeegee combination tool, or a specially designed sink caddy, can go a long way towards improving problematic clutter.

Think Past Just the Kitchen Sink

Storage options at kitchen design showrooms do more than de-clutter the kitchen sink. You can find options to tackle every storage need, including:

  • Spices
  • Dishes
  • Kitchen Tools and Utensils
  • Pots, Pans, and Lids
  • Food Storage
  • Pantry Organization
  • and more

Also, keep in mind that great kitchen storage options may work wonders in other spaces, such as in the garage, bathroom, laundry area, workshops, craft areas, and garden spaces. Today, many storage options complement the kitchen’s overall style, or you can choose to have your storage solutions stand as style statements on their own.

For more information, please contact or stop by our kitchen design showroom in Collegeville, PA, today!