Genius idea... For someone who actually cooks ( uh, that's not me ). Install a Hidden Cutting Board: If you'd love the functionality of a kitchen island but don’t have room for one, consider installing a pull-out butcher-block chopping station right over your trash can. You can chop straight on the cutting board and easily whip discards into the trash can.t
cutting board with a hole over the trash can. this should be standard in every home.
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Turn a wire mesh trash basket into something pretty with scraps of fabric strips.
The custom butcher block safely holds knives, and has plenty of surface space for chopping. It's secured to the island with
baby those tomatoes with a deep hole with fish heads or scraps, aspirin tablets and egg shells, bone meal, organic fertilizer, and worm castings put under the plant
It sounds so simple, but so few of us think of it: make one base cabinet a rolling element, with a built-in chopping-block top for at-your-service accessibility. This is a great idea for small kitchens and large alike. If you don't like the look of casters, have your cabinetmaker conceal the wheels with a plinth for a completely inconspicuous solution.
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