…or you find yourself consistently underwhelmed by your faucet’s lack of personality or style, it might be time to consider a kitchen faucet upgrade. If you think it’s time to make a statement in your kitchen, this article is for you. Let a new kitchen faucet showcase your style better; and let the installer of that faucet be YOU! This step-by-step tutorial provides plenty of photographic guidance to help you make the change. Let’s begin.
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 .
It can even be practical to have more than one pull-out drawer with trash bins inside. You could position them strategically: one near the sink and one near the oven or your usual prep space. This way you don’t have to run around and make a mess.
If recycling is a part of your daily routine, it would help to . For example, you could have separate bins with labels on them and you can keep them all organized in one of your kitchen corners. Actually, the placement is up to you. As for the labels, check out for some cool ideas.
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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