Anyone who’s moved into a smaller home knows that you end up throwing out or donating boxes and boxes of food containers, jars, kitchen utensils and other bits and pieces.
It can be tricky, then, when you go to find something in your new, smaller cupboards, only to realise that it was one of the things you discarded because it wouldn’t fit.
But with a little bit of clever planning, there are ways to make sure even a tiny kitchen has room for the implements you require, without storing a load of items you don’t.
Sean Anderson, general manager of food at Cater Care, shared his top 10 tips for making the most of limited kitchen space.
Do you have any cool space-saving tricks of your own?
During the month of November, anyone who signs up to an Independent Living home with Uniting will receive downsizing consultancy free of charge.
With more than 550 services across NSW and the ACT, our team are here to help find support that’s right for you. To find out more about Uniting or talk to us about the healthy ageing, lifestyle or care option that’s right for you, call us on 1800 864 846.