Lilyfield ProjectModern Kitchen, Sydney
Inner West Kitchen featuring striking Queensland walnut crown cut joinery.
Image: Bin drawers.
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Go as big as you canWhen choosing bins, I’d suggest going as big as you can for the space you have available. Once you’ve chosen the location for your rubbish and recycling station, measure up for the maximum-sized bins you can accommodate. The number of bins you’ll need will depend on your local council’s rules. Some councils require you to separate paper and cardboard from plastic, while others allow you to combine all your recycling in one bin.
Don’t forget the binNo matter who takes the rubbish out, installing in-cabinet bin units next to the sink rather than in front of it takes the juggle out of the kitchen clean-up. No more having to step out of the way constantly for people needing to access the bin.Kitchen bin wars: standalone or built-in?
Smaller bins may mean you have to take out the garbage more regularly, but this also means unpleasant odours will stay out of the kitchen and there’ll be room for a drawer above for bin liners. Browse more kitchens featuring marble