Since the first beer was brewed and the first glass of wine fermented, legal adults around the world have enjoyed the tradition of sharing a good drink with better company. No matter if you prefer a dive bar or an upscale cocktail lounge, enjoying a beverage with friends and family is a popular way to celebrate milestones or decompress after work. Bar hopping on the weekends and supporting your local saloon for happy hour are fun excursions, but sometimes you just need a night at home, sipping your favorite beverage in your most loved pair of sweatpants. And occasionally, it’s exhilarating to host a party at your personal residence instead of outsourcing the festivities.
Alright, it’s time to declutter. Specifically, in your kitchen and living room space.
We’re sure both of these spots the most popular areas you spend the most quality time in: cooking, conversing, playing board games, watching reruns of Survivor, midnight snacking or all of the above. The kitchen is the heart of the home, the center of every big emotion and family bonding moment. The living room is a space built for relaxing; spreading out. With that, they can also become a space of distractions and busy vibes. Suddenly, the kid’s homework is sprawled all over tables. Crafts, magazines and books take up half the space in the living room. The kitchen has a plethora of cutting boards and containers strewn about the counter space. Life gets in the way of space, sometimes, and that overwhelming feeling takes over.