The perfect kitchen it would be the one in which the one that while we cook or use it to eat, scrub ... do not miss anything in it. And for missing we don't mean a television (that's more a personal criterion), but rather a small details so that everyday tasks in the kitchen are done comfortably.
In my case, despite having a house with a kitchen designed to detail and take a while completing it in terms of utensils, utensils ... I always end up missing something. Some things I miss more frequently than others and always when I'm cooking or working on it.
Therefore, although it is not about great things (the cooking, pantry and storage areas are well equipped) it always seems that I need the knife "good to cut" when it is in the dishwasher, or I would love to have a garbage with a flip top (especially when I have stained hands), or even a small drainer if I want to scrub something promptly. And if it's nice and foldable to store when it's not used, better than better.
In the kitchen eating area I also miss things, such as a crumbs picker (as in good restaurants so as not to have to shake the crumbs in the sink or in the trash can - is anyone good at this?) - or a tablecloth or "rubber" of pretty plastic. That is worthy, without apples, or pears or lemons.
Is it too much to ask? Well, it seems that no, it is only a matter of looking well, and continue to equip my kitchen with the latest details.
Why are we all day picking up the crumbs with a cloth or leaving them on the tablecloth to shake existing crumbs? Well, I say that.
Plastic or melamine bowl
To beat eggs, for popcorn, to serve chips or snacks. Mine are very beautiful porcelain so I suffer a lot when there are many children.
Cube with lid that opens alone
Here I assume my mistake when designing the kitchen. Instead of the cubes with a conventional lid in a drawer, a system of cubes with a lid that would be lifted when opened and closed automatically would have been perfect. Even more so considering that my kitchen is open to the living room and is the best way to control odors.
Drainer for the sink
For specific moments, this drainer rolls up and stays like a scroll.
Not so much for snobbery but not to stain the tablecloths with dirty cutlery. Some cutlery supports have become a necessity for me.
Because as with the knives, they seem to be never enough and now it is time to change the plastic ones for glass tuppers, more ecological.
More (and better) good knives
A nice plastic tablecloth
But really nice for day to day. A tablecloth that besides being practical is decorative.
And you, what do you miss in your kitchens?