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How to Get Your Kitchen Ready for the Holidays

Cooking for loved ones is one of the most anticipated activities of the holiday season. DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler, your trusted local kitchen remodeling contractor, shares some simple tips on how to get your kitchen ready for a holiday feast.

Declutter the Kitchen

The starting point for any beautiful, efficient kitchen is organization. Even a restaurant kitchen won’t be able to function effectively if its kitchen is cluttered, so start by organizing the essentials. The holiday season is also a season of giving, so this is the perfect time to go through your old dishware sets, linens and other cookware and donate them to those in need. With a decluttered, open countertop, you can make your holiday meal preparation merrier!

Install Open Shelving

An innovative shelving solution, this cabinetry style offers not just great aesthetics, but also superior functionality. Traditional cabinets require a lot of space to operate efficiently. With the open shelving option, you can easily access the items you need while displaying decorative pieces for a pop of holiday color.

Deep Clean the Oven

Your oven will be the among the most-used appliances in the kitchen this holiday season. Clean it thoroughly before the holiday rush begins! Spray water over the interior surface, sprinkle with baking soda and allow the baking soda to dry. Then spray the baking soda with white vinegar to remove baked-on food and grime. Wipe off with a damp sponge or cloth. Don’t forget to clean the racks before placing them back inside the oven.

Prep Your Kitchen for the Next Holiday Season

Let DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Tyler achieve your holiday kitchen dream makeover through our custom kitchen remodel solutions! Call us at (903) 253-0165 today and we’ll set up an appointment for a conversation.

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