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The secret to a minimalist kitchen is organisation

15 April 2014
Cool and calm on the outside but what goes on behind closed cupboard doors? In this kitchen - perfect organisation. Take a look at some of our top tips that will make your kitchen work harder.

Perfectly organised drawers

Every time a drawer moves in and out its contents get moved around - but not if you divide and conquer!
Drawer dividers, mats, boxes, containers and cutlery trays all help to keep things in their proper place.

Double the visual calm

Streamline the look of wall cupboards by hiding two behind one shared door. Inside, shelf inserts banish empty inches by helping you to use the full height of your cupboards.

Sections and slices of space

Deep pan drawers are good for storing casseroles, pots and saucepans. Section off a narrow space with a divider and see how it creates the perfect place for frying pans and woks too.
View of the whole IKEA kitchen, in brilliant white. Cabinets, dining area, appliances and light.