Ready to go kitchen-shopping? Here are some general factors to take note of before you gather new things for your own private food cubicle!
A definite factor. Ask yourself: does the product you’re interested in buying fit your budget? It’d be pretty stressful to find out that you’ve spent all your money on one thing and not have enough for other things. Calculate your budget and decide how much you can allocate for a specific product.
Measurements & Position
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More questions: How much space do you have in your bathroom for how many things? Where exactly are you going to put them? Will the product be big/small enough to fit into the space available? Ask for measurements and use a measuring tape in your own bathroom if needed.
General Room Decor
Does the product colour, shape and material go with the general decor, theme or aesthetic of your kitchen? Does it add on to the mood, feel and comfort of the room without looking out of place? How your kitchen looks is important, too, as a place to prepare meals of the day. Visualize the product in your kitchen. If it doesn’t fit, cross it off your shopping list.
It’s OKAY to buy cute and trendy things, but you must also consider if you will actually use it. If it goes well with you and your lifestyle, feel free to invest in it. If you simply can’t fit enough time in your day for cooking, try getting a cooking appliance to do the job for you instead.