31 Oct. 2001|
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That evening when I was putting hinges on this very trash bin cabinet, I thought about our conversation in the condiment aisle. I also am so excited you posted this plan - I needed to make one of these - and it comes as a perfect time! We had a pull out trash can in our kitchen, but it was entirely different than the BHG version.
We also had to actually open the cabinet door (oh, the humanity!) instead of just pulling it out to throw something away, so that ensured that more trash would just end up inside the cabinet due to the sheer laziness of not pulling out the can.
A few weekends later, we DIYed that baby in just a few hours and for about $75, including the trash cans.
This is nothing short of brilliant…I have a trash compactor, but I would consider doing this for recycling alone. Our problem is the trash bags get caught into the metal slider and it is a difficult task to pick the plastic trash bags out of the slider mechanism.
I’ve been dying to create pull out cupboard shelving and I think your trashcan tutorial gives me enough info to take the plunge.
I have always try to hide somewhere the trash bin but most of the time it is hard to find a good place. They are dark cherry and that kitchen sold us this house because all of our furniture is the dark cherry.