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.
Line up the hub of the faucet onto the escutcheon. (Tip: The tabs on the escutcheon should line up with slots on the bottom of the faucet hub.) Have someone hold the faucet in place up above…
The humble trash can doesn’t get nearly as much attention as it deserves. We often dismiss it and we take it for granted without taking the time to realize that there’s more than one way to think about this. Where I come from everyone keeps their kitchen trash can under the sink, inside the cabinet.
Another cool example is the series which consists of four waste system models which can be operated manually or automatically They’re integrated into the cabinet and they come in various different sizes. Mix and match them however you like, based on your kitchen cabinetry.
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.
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