Smart Storage for your Kitchen & Home

Recycling and Trash
Keep your kitchen open, uncluttered, and clean with built-in recycling and trash bins. Design Tip: Think about where you'll need these recycling and trash pull out centers most often; Next to the sink? Refrigerator? Range? Pantry? A 15" or 18" wide base cabinet can hold both a trash and a recycling bin, making sorting easy. If your home location requires sorting of recycles ahead of time, you may even want two pull-outs, for a total of four bins. 

Tall & Deep Base Drawers
eep drawers allow you to see everything that you put into them. Drawers are better than shelves and standard cabinets, offering a lower storage option making it easier to access frequently or infrequently used items. 

Under the Sink
Don't stuff those plastic grocery bags under the sink, or worse, in the garbage. A plastic bag door storage unit keeps those plastic bags tucked away and ready for reuse. The plastic tray is perfect for hiding away sponged and cleaning pads without damaging the cabinet. 

Tall Pullout Cabinets
Tall pullout cabinets allow you to put storage in the small of spaces of your kitchen and maximize the space while also allowing you easy access to everything inside of them. Great for tall bottles, boxes, and cans. Find 8 sources to get these types of storage in your kitchen. 

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Justin Wood

JPW Design Studio, California

Minimalist Website Designer