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these night light outlet covers use $0.05 of electricity per year and require no additional wiring. would be great for hallways. $42 for 3

LED night light outlet covers install in seconds, use just 5 cents of power per year

these night light outlet covers use $0.05 of electricity per year and require no additional wiring. would be great for hallways. $42 for 3

I want this!!    Corner cutting board... put the trash can underneath and scrape the scraps into the trash. - Click image to find more DIY  Crafts Pinterest pins

I want this!! Corner cutting board... put the trash can underneath and scrape the scraps into the trash. - Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms to get right when considering kitchen design and renovations because there is so much to consider. A kitchen is more than just where you cook and keep all your food and appliances. Will the family eat in the kitchen as well and if so how do you want them to enjoy the space? Is your washing machine in a utility room or do you need the extra counter space to cleverly hide it in the kitchen?

The 6 Best Kitchen Layouts to Consider For Your Renovation

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms to get right when considering kitchen design and renovations because there is so much to consider. A kitchen is more than just where you cook and keep all your food and appliances. Will the family eat in the kitchen as well and if so how do you want them to enjoy the space? Is your washing machine in a utility room or do you need the extra counter space to cleverly hide it in the kitchen?

We've shared our love for garbage bowls before, but that devotion may only be because we don't have this: a trash chute built right into the countertop! The idea behind a garbage bowl is to have somewhere to toss yours scraps while you're cooking, so how convenient to be able to just slide them into a hole and send them right into the trash or compost bucket below!

Look! Trash Chutes in the Countertop

We've shared our love for garbage bowls before, but that devotion may only be because we don't have this: a trash chute built right into the countertop! The idea behind a garbage bowl is to have somewhere to toss yours scraps while you're cooking, so how convenient to be able to just slide them into a hole and send them right into the trash or compost bucket below!

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