The Most Overlooked Housewares When Moving into a New Home

28 Jun 2018
Dana Grace
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When moving into a new home, it is obviously easy to remember to bring the big stuff like a couch, a coffee table, and a bed. But there are a lot of small things that are of huge importance but you might not think of right away. Unless you read this first, of course. Let’s take a look at all the details that make a house a home.

The Kitchen

The cook’s corner needs some gadgets and gizmos. So, if you don’t prepare for all the cooking that you will be doing and get all the needed kitchenware for your new home, chances are you will have to run to the store to get them in the middle of a recipe. And besides, getting just the basics for your kitchen is no fun, after all, it’s your new place and you should want to experiment with new recipes and start new daily routines. Therefore, in order to avoid any culinary catastrophes, and to feel more proud of yourself for being such a responsible and organized girl, here’s just some of the essential kitchenware you should have: a can and a bottle opener, a salt and pepper mill set, a coffee maker, microfiber kitchen towels, an oven mitten, a wooden spoon, spatula and tongs, and list goes on.The Kitchen

The Living Room

Besides the obvious – a comfy couch, a coffee table and a TV, there are still a couple of things that you should not forget that make your living room that much more inviting and pleasant to hang out in. It is always a good idea to have a small TV cabinet where you will store all those small gadgets that you have connected to your TV. Furthermore, coasters – to prevent the forming of annoying stains on your much-loved coffee table; table or floor lamps – to adjust the ambiance in your living room according to how you want to set the mood; wall décor – maybe some wall frames that will contain photos of the happiest days of your lives. You see, details matter big time and it’s usually them what gives a space its warmth and soul.The Living Room

The Bathroom

With so many things to think about when moving into a new home, usually, the bathroom is the most overlooked room. Some of the things you don’t want to forget are a plunger, shower curtains, a couple of bath mats, and a stack of fluffy shower towels. Once you get all the little things that you need, you will stop stressing over the details and start truly enjoying being in your new home. Cheers to new beginnings!The Bathroom