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  • Maxine  (Tayek) Johnson

    For a discrete and convenient paper towel roll location, remove a drawer and install a paper towel holder in its place. I wonder if it would fit in the place of those fake drawers in front of the kitchen sink?

  • Celia Purdom

    Replace faux drawer under sink with paper towel roll. Utilizing useless space and getting the miscellaneous off the counter is always a good idea... no matter how good looking the towel holder is!

  • Katie Lougheed

    This will be done in my house! i cant stand counter space taken up for a paper towel roll that just tips when you try to rip!!! remove that fake drawer under the sink and install a paper towel holder

  • Terah Sparks

    Remove a faux drawer from under the kitchen sink and replace with paper towel roll holder. OR I would just make it a cloth towel rack. Great idea!

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