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If you’re to do most of the prep work while cooking, it could be useful to have a trash can integrated somewhere in there. A pull-out drawer can come out of the side and it can reveal one or two bins. The placement makes it easy to use the counter while keeping the drawer open.
Can’t pick a permanent spot for your kitchen trash can? That’s okay…you could opt instead to have a mobile trash bin. It can have wheels/ casters and you can move it from place to place as you’re cooking, cleaning or doing other activities. You can even make something like this yourself. It’s all described on .
Trash bins are usually kept in the kitchen because that where they’re the most useful. But what if you’d choose to also put a bin in the dining room for instance? That could be practical except for the fact that it would look out of place and not exactly eye-pleasing. That, however, can be solved by hiding the bin inside a small cabinet like the one showed on .
This looks like a nice workspace for the kitchen, right? It even has a built-in herb planter. It’s actually more practical than it lets you see. The top slides to reveal a built-in waste bin. So after you’re done cutting and peeling, just swipe the leftovers directly into the bin with one single motion.
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