Crisp whites can also enhance your space and give the illusion of more space. Get this by using porcelain tiles or even vinyl pieces. An even bolder pattern for the floor could be what inspires you, just look at this plaid-print being held inside this vintage-contemporary kitchen.
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 .
Easy to install and practical, this trash bin system is perfect for keeping things organized, even when you’re throwing them away. The bins can be mounted to the inside of a cabinet and come with their own runners.
Integrating the trash bin into the kitchen island can often be even better than keeping it under the sink. The island doesn’t even have to be big. In fact, it can be a repurposed cabinet like the one showed on . It’s small enough to not make the kitchen look cluttered and big enough to hold two bins and some shelves.
Tilt-out trash cabinets are practical and easy to use and, more importantly, the concept is not complicated enough so you can’t put this thing together by yourself. Check out to see the list of supplies you’ll need as well as some tips and instructions.
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