When planning your new Freedom Kitchen design, consider allocating a designated ‘kids drawer’ on the lower shelf with all their cutlery and bowls, plates and cups, allowing easy access to these items. Standard across the range, our soft close drawers ensure little fingers are always safe!
When planning the layout of your pantry, you may like to place snacks that your children love and are allowed to eat on a regular basis on the bottom shelf (treat items for both children and adults alike are always best placed at the very top of the pantry- out of sight, out of mind right?). Other pantry staples such as cereals should be placed on the middle shelf so that they still have access to those as well – you may earn a sleep in if they can start making their own breakfast!
Design idea: Love the idea of a designated children’s drawer within the kitchen? You can replicate the concept within your pantry beyond snacks, and create tubs/baskets with baking or science items, or whatever interests you child/children may have.
Other fun ideas!
Transform a small blank wall within your kitchen space by painting it with chalkboard paint for a creative space for children to unleash their inner artist. You may even like to consider adding a study nook to your new Freedom Kitchens design to keep an eye on your children whilst cooking and they complete their homework.
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