HGTV’s Jasmine Roth Shares Her 3 Main Kitchen Design Tips

published Feb 1, 2023
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If a kitchen remodel is on the docket for your 2023, then you’re probably in the midst of trying to plan a perfect layout — and HGTV’s Jasmine Roth is here to help. According to Roth, there are three main design features every kitchen should have that help the space function smoothly, stay organized, and perhaps, most importantly, look beautiful.

Roth shared her tips in a January 9 Instagram video, writing in the caption, “When it comes to your kitchen, thinking through how it works can make all the difference. Do you drink coffee and have 7 coffee machines? Well, it might make sense to be really intentional and find a space for a coffee bar. Do you use the countertops as a homework/desk area more than for cooking? Well, that’s ok!”

She continued, “The sooner you can recognize that and be intentional with the design (maybe you clean out some unused kitchen utensils and give each person in your family their own drawer for chargers, pens, and paperwork) the sooner your kitchen will truly feel like yours.”

But if you’re still unsure of where to start in that design process, then begin with Roth’s top three kitchen design tips: install drawer dividers for utensils, put the trash cabinet next to the sink, and design a space for your paper towels to be tucked away, yet easily accessible, to make the most of your counter space.

Working these tips into your personalized space will only enhance the functionality of your kitchen. For example, check out how Roth used drawer dividers in this dedicated hosting space in one of her kitchen redesigns.

Start simple with Roth’s go-to kitchen design tips and expand according to your needs. Your kitchen is about to become a well-oiled hub of your home.

This post originally appeared on Apartment Therapy. See it there: Jasmine Roth’s 3 Kitchen Design Tips Will Have Your Space Working Smarter, Not Harder