While that can be convenient in some ways, it’s definitely worth exploring more ideas before making a decision. We encourage creativity so we tried to find for you a bunch of different designs and concepts that will hopefully inspire some good decisions.
Instead of being constraint to only choose from a few areas where you can keep your kitchen trash bin, how about you just pick the spot that’s most convenient and practical without worrying about how it looks. You can just disguise the bin with a cover and make it look like a cabinet or a cute storage box.
Here’s another trash bin system. This one is integrated into the countertop so you can easily just slide the trash in as you’re prepping food. There’s a lid that covers the bin and which you can just set aside to reveal the built-in container. The design of the is clever and convenient.
Consider the usage of your kitchen: Before your plunge into a textural brick or cement choice, think about and how much it will be used. Do you have a large family where spills are imminent? Will you be spending a lot of time on your feet while inside?
There’s not much you can use the space under the kitchen sink for, except some sort of storage and since you need a place for the trash bins, the choice is often already made. Still, that doesn’t mean you can’t customize your under-sink trash bins. The Variera bins from use a sliding mechanism and can be integrated into pull-out drawers.
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