Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Ways to Make Your New Kitchen Smell Amazing


You only ever notice it when you walk into someone else's home just how lovely it smells, compared to your own. Perhaps cooking smells just don’t seem to budge in your kitchen, even if you leave the windows open for a time. What’s more, after long exposure to certain smells, we just get used to them, so it’s easy to forget. We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve to help you keep the most amazing kitchen all day long. Kitchen designers Anglesey recommend the following:

Oil on lightbulbs – It’s a super simple trick that should keep your kitchen smelling fresh for a while, rub some room fragrance oil onto your lightbulbs so that when they’re on, they’re filling the room with a scent. You don’t keep your lights on all the time, so when you do (usually when your cooking during the eventing) you should really notice the difference!

Move your bins and clean your sink drains - Your bin is usually the biggest culprit in creating the lingering stale smell and it certainly makes no sense to change it unless it’s filling up. Think about storing your disposal bin inside a cupboard where the smell won’t escape so quickly. If your drains smell a bit, a good way to clear it, is pouring a cup of baking soda down the drain followed by two cups of vinegar. This will create a fizzing mix that will clear all those bends before you flush it away with boiling water.

Room fragrances – Candles are a quick and easy solution to making your kitchen smell beautiful before you have visitors over. The choice is so varied that it means you big and beautiful or cheap and cheerful if you need to. Marble is a kitchen must-have at the moment so, getting hold of a marble oil burner will be a piece of cake.

Fresh flowers and indoor plants – If you’re keen to go natural, why not add a few fragrant fresh flowers to your kitchen to help clean the air as well as adding a splash of colour to the room. Potted plants are advised to keep them lasting so much longer.

Create a stove simmer – Another natural way to create a beautiful fragrant room is to add some water, lemon and lime slices along with some mint or lavender to a sauce pan simmer for an hour. It’s a traditionally, yet not so well known favorited method to refreshing the house.

Get Baking – Nothing beats the smell of fresh ground coffee or baked bread and it’s easier than you think. Last thing at night before your go to bed, chuck in your ingredients into the break maker, which will do all the work for you. You wake up in the morning and the whole house will smell delicious!

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