Helping Your Renter Save Money with a Fully Stocked Kitchen

Staying in a corporate rental can save a traveler a lot of money – especially considering the cost of eating out these days! To help your renter eat-in, make sure you stock your kitchen will all amenities your renters will need to prepare meals for themselves.

What kitchen supplies should you provide in your corporate rental? Here’s a checklist to help you get your kitchen up to par:

Place Settings:
Studio apartments – dishes/table setting for 6
1-2 bedrooms – dishes/table setting for 8
3+ bedrooms – dishes/table setting for 10

Kitchen – Accessories:
Blender
Broom/Dust Pan
Coffee Maker
Dishwasher
Fire Extinguisher
Garbage Disposal
Icemaker
Microwave
Mixer
Mop
Oven
Refrigerator
Scissors
Stove
Tea Pot
Toaster
Trash Can

Kitchen – Cooking:
Baking Dish
Broiler Pan
Can Opener
Colander
Cookie Sheet
Corkscrew (Wine)
Cutting Board
Fork/Tongs
Grater
Ice Cream Scoop
Knife Set
Ladle
Measuring Spoon set
Measuring Cup/Set
Mixing Bowls
Pizza Cutter
Salt & Pepper
Spatula-flipper
Spatula-scraper
Spoon–slotted
Spoon–cooking
Tupperware
Utensil Holder
Vegetable Peeler
Water Pitcher

Kitchen – Drinking:
Coffee Mugs
Drinking Glass Set
Wine Glasses

Kitchen – Plates:
Large Plates
Small Plates
Bowls

Kitchen – Pots and Pans:
Large Frying Pan
Small Frying Pan
Large Sauce Pot
Small Sauce Pot
Large Pasta Pot

Kitchen – Cutlery:
Cutlery Tray
Forks
Spoons
Knives
Steak Knives

Kitchen – Linen:
Dish Towel
Dish Cloth
Potholder
Placemat Set
Napkin Sets

For more details on how to furnish your corporate rental, please refer to the Corporate Housing by Owner Handbook.

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