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Great kitchen idea. Cutting board drawer with a hole over the compost bin.
Great ideas for house: 27.) Use kitchen drawers as cutting boards you can hide.
Dream house has large, beautiful and infinitely functional kitchen: with optimal use of space and creative shelving: Cutting board over compost bin.
Kitchen Idea: Cutting board with hole in a pull-out, with trash can pull-out beneath it. Like the idea but the chopping board is small and can it be removed for cleaning?
cutting board drawer above waste basket..... I'd use compost bin instead but cool idea!
Ventilated drawer to store non-refrigerated foods (tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, onions)>>>Love this!
Simply pretty! :-)
Upside down drawer as a cutting board over a trash can.
Great kitchen idea!
I've been trying to figure out what to do with my lids. Finally!
8 weeks later... Are these still holding up? I've been told these adhesive hooks are terrible for even slightly weighted objects.
My parents have these. Much better than cabinets with shelving. SO much better.
Is it necessary to have the dividers?
I don't think it is. My parents have drawers that are not divided, they are great.
Cutting boards with a softly-rounded shape are useful and beautiful.
Nice pic! Have you seen our new cutting board yet? Would love to know what you think :)
Love your profile!
socket for power hidden IN a drawer...could save space and make cleanup easy in a small home bathroom
This is brilliant! A pull-out drawer where you can hang and store your pots and pans.
How good is this. I suffer from arthritis and this is something I could really use.
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Have you heard of our perforated cutting board yet?
Have you heard of our perforated cutting board FLOW? It's the only one of its kind. Would love to know what you think.
An All-In-One Over-the-Sink Cutting Board | 33 Insanely Clever Things Your Small Apartment Needs
genius ideas (8) If memory serves, many homes used to do this....until about the late 60s... ?