How do I love my kitchen? Let me count the ways…
The cutlery drawer, whenever it is opened or closed, sprinkles a fine layer of sawdust on the items in the cupboard below.
My fruit bowl has its own Christmas decorations…
… and so does the door handle.
This knob has been missing from my range top since we bought the house five years ago. The result? I only use three of the hotplates. It’s like the fourth one never existed.
This handy guide reminding us which knob corresponds to which hotplate falls off frequently. It is important to note that it is impossible to remember which knob corresponds to which hotplate without this guide.
This knob falls off with alarming regularity, usually into the open bin below (not pictured).
This knob, although turned off, gives the appearance of being on, concerning house guests and welfare officers alike.
You need to take the oven door off its hinges in order to be able to light it properly. Of course you do. It makes sense.
Instead of a retractor fan, I have this handy smoke alarm whenever I fry anything.
Clean (and dry) cutlery falls back into the washing up bowl with ease.
My collection of broken plastic containers are stored neatly away in this broken plastic tub.
Finding anything in my cupboards is a dream.
Yep, I sure love my kitchen alright.