>can't find can opener
>tear kitchen apart
But ever since I moved into an apartment by myself, I've just lost any semblance of hygiene since I don't have anyone to impress.
The state of my kitchen is fucking depressing, if I were an outsider looking in, I would slap the shit out of the insider.
then you definitely need to post your kitchen for two reasons:
1) you'll make me feel better about my own lack of hygene
2) seeing your situation from a different perspective (outside looking in) may motivate you to clean up your shit
>a lit open sign on the ground
>bag of soil on countertop
>a wild iMac
For what purpose
Do you l o v e my kitchen, f-friend?
The compression on my phone wouldn't work unless I set it to super low levels for some reason
It's alright, got a nice view
Looks cosy as fuck, it's rare to see such a small kitchen look so appealing.
Disorganized, but not post-tornado tier. Not unlike mine, especially with the inability to find shit. (it's because there's no place to fucking put everything, right?)
It's not bad, but you might be an insufferable person.
Seems like it would be fine after you clean. If it's like that all the time, something is wrong.
Good color, good shelf space.
>table runner on counter top
>prepping on top of table runner
That would drive me insane.
Do you wash it every time you cook a meal, are you anal retentive and absurdly slow so you don't get anything in it while you prep, or are you the dirty hippie scum that I think you are?
Why would I need to rush when cooking at home? There's plenty of middle ground between prepping like a meth-addled line cook in the weeds vs. some retard who doesn't know how to handle a knife. And that middle ground is just fine for cooking at home, and shouldn't get any mess outside the cutting board.
university dormitory. Shared between ~30 people. there is also stove on the other side, total 3 sinks (only 1 working), extremely sensitive smoke detector above the stoves, tables are very dirty, cleaning lady comes like once a week
Fridge, pantry and a couple more cabinets off screen on the left side. Nice size, just a lot of weird angles.
My old roommate used to live in absolute filth. For the majority of the time we lived together, he kept it contained to his room, but I had to travel to Malaysia for work and was gone for two months. Came back to rotting food in the fridge, filthy dishes everywhere, and just garbage all over the place. I don't understand how someone can just open a box of cereal and leave the empty box on the ground.
The fridge was by far the worst though. There were about six 1L jugs of milk pushed to the back, about half drunk. He said he just bought more when he was out because he couldn't remember what was in the fridge.
Here is my kitchen. Did all of the work myself. It had a lime green linoleum floor, lime green cabinets, blue counter tops, and yellow 1970s appliances. Fridge was originally next to the stove. Ripped out some cabinets and moved it to another wall. Still need to do some more work - but it's coming along.
I just realized I posted the wrong picture for the description. This is the weird angle counter top thing that also houses the dishwasher.
i took vertical photo, it looked correct on the phone, i don't know why 4chan rotated it. I am student, live in dormitory, can't afford to rent the apartment. I live in a poor country
This kitchen, layout-wise, is a carbon copy of mine. I wonder, is your house a 2-3 bedroom ranch built around 1980-81? A lot of the time houses like this have carbon copy floor plans when they build subdivisions and whatnot, so I thought I would ask.
It's actually a three story, three bedroom townhouse built in the 1960s. All of the houses on my street have same layout but in different locations within the house - probably a standard layout that was easy to implement in multiple home styles.
Yeah, it's pretty teeny. But it's just me here, so it's not too bad. On the upside, all of the fixtures, countertops, and appliances in it are brand new, installed about a week before I moved in.