Simplifying and decluttering your kitchen doesn’t mean getting rid of everything. And it certainly doesn’t mean getting rid of things that make life more convenient for you. Instead, it means intentionally assessing what you have in your kitchen and deciding if you need, use or love it. Then getting rid of anything you don’t use, need or love.
The purpose of sharing a tour of our minimalist kitchen is not to show what minimalism “should” look like. Instead, I’m sharing what minimalism looks like in our kitchen. We are a typical family of 4 who cooks and eats the majority of our meals at home. Our kitchen is well-equipped without being overly full. It’s organized, simplified and easy to keep that way – simply because we only keep what we use, need and love.
With the many benefits of updating your kitchen, we encourage you to contact us to speak with our KSI kitchen experts.
We are offering free consultation for your plan and budget control. We can sit down with you to discuss your vision for your kitchen.
Whether you’re looking to make the necessary updates to increase the marketability of your home, increase the functionality of the room, or create more storage space to help with organization, we can help you create the kitchen of your dreams.