BBC Good Food Magazine

What’s the future of our kitchens?

Our kitchens reflect who we are and who we want to be

“Sales of clothing dropped, while sales of kitchenware rocketed. Our kitchens are sites of self expression”

Good Food readers will agree that the kitchen is at the centre of the home – and never more so than now.

A Home Report conducted by Lloyd’s in 2019 found that a third of us spend more time in the kitchen than anywhere else in the house. As lockdowns forced us out of cafés and restaurants, our kitchens became one of our only sources of sustenance, as well as entertainment and solace. Sales of clothing dropped, while kitchenware rocketed. In the hours we had previously spent commuting, we cooked. Our kitchens, more than ever before, are sites of self-expression, reflecting both who we are, how we live and who we want to be. Clare Finney

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