1. Use durable materials. Especially if you use your kitchen often, you should use good, sturdy materials that will stand the test of time even though it’s exposed to a lot of heat, moisture, oil, and whatnot.
2. Make sure that you have safe storage space for all you utensils, implements, pots, pans, etc. Knives especially should NEVER be left lying around and must always be stored properly. The same goes for any breakables like china and porcelain, as well as glasses and mugs.
3. Make your storage cabinets accessible.
4. Don’t be too fussy over the design. Heavy kitchen users especially should not use too much unessential designs like a chandelier in the kitchen, as these will only collect grime over time, and will be extremely difficult to clean, whether over time, or regularly and frequently.