This is a project that anyone could do in those occasion when you are limited in space,
or when you just want to be efficient in using the square feet your house has to offer.
If you remember, right before Thanksgiving,
I tackled this coffee station project.
I initially used the bottom part of the table to store my 45lb pail of hard wheat,
and several pounds of dried beans.
(as a long distance runner,
I eat plenty of both.
I love my carbs, vegetable proteins and iron)
One thing though was not working out very well in our kitchen,
and that was our recycling bins situation.
We also compost most of our wet,
So there is very little that actually ends up in our "regular" trash can.
We have about 1 grocery bag of trash per week, total for our family of 5.
Not bad at all.
But I digress.
Same color as the one I used for our kitchen cabinets a few years ago.
The paint was leftover from back then...
so no money spent there either.
I sew the dropcloth curtain at the bottom,
and placed the recycling bins under there.
It could have not fit more perfectly.
And it is super convenient to have those bins in the actual kitchen, since we use them all the times.
I am super glad how this combo turned out.