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How to make a shared kitchen feel like your own
Your kitchen at IKEA
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Sharing a kitchen can be challenging. Luckily, a few simple ideas and products can help you keep track of your things, create extra space and make the shared space feel like your space.
Room for everyone
A trolley like this not only gives you portable storage, it also gives you an extra worktop when and where you need it. And when there are a lot of cooks in the kitchen, you need all the workspace you can get.
One of the keys to sccessful sharing is good communication. A blackboard in the kitchen will let you and your roommates stay in touch around the clock. Who's where, who's turn is it to cook, shop or take out the rubbish? With a blackboard, you'll never have to wonder again.
Most kitchens have multiple drawers and cupboards, which can make keeping track of your things a bit tricky. Labels like these help everyone create and maintrain their own personal space. They're clear enough to get the message through, but subtle enough not to ruin the look of your kitchen.
Everyone gets a trolley
Invidual trolleys create your own personal, portable storeage and workstation. Just pull it out when you need it, put it back when you don't. Choosing different colours will make sure you and roommates dont't get your trolleys mixed up.