There are two types of people. Those who find cooking enjoyable and relaxing, and those who get stressed out just thinking about making an omelet. If you fall into the latter category, we have 5 tips to help you keep everything under control!
1. Create your atmosphere
Nothing like a good setting to be able to relax and enjoy. In your kitchen, include things you like and which give you good vibrations. If you can, choose furniture that goes with your style, with serene, neutral colors. And the same with the colors of the walls and floors. Surround yourself with beauty!
And don’t forget about the lighting! Though cold light might be necessary in the work areas, choose warmer tones for the rest of the room.
2. Everything in its place
If there is one thing that stresses everyone in a workplace, it is disorder. Well, we have the perfect remedy to ensure the necessary harmony in your kitchen. Make the most of the space with solutions like our Lemans system for corners: with a simple movement, all the trays on the inside come right out! Or also the different extractable lower modules, which adapt to any storage purpose: bottle rack, larder, kitchen equipment, etc.
Investing in good storage planning is the best decision. In that way, everything will be out of sight but always to hand.
If cooking is not your thing, try to plan everything so you can be as efficient as possible! Set a day aside to cook for the rest of the week. In that way, in addition to optimizing your time, you will be able to shop better and make sure you have a healthy, balanced diet.
4. Choose your moment
Perhaps spending time in the kitchen at the end of the day or when you get in from work is not the best idea if you want to avoid tension. Find a moment when you feel good and rested, not in a rush and with positive energy. You will see how you enjoy it so much more!
5. Bring some life into your kitchen
Kitchens are there to be enjoyed. Put on some music, the latest episode of your favorite podcast or, why not?, an episode of a series you are addicted to. Do you want more ideas? Invite someone to share your time in the kitchen, teaching you their favorite recipe, or trying out a new one together.