1,062 trash to treasure Contemporary Home Design Photos

Alair Homes
Vancouver - Shaughnessy Condo Kitchen
Ideabooks9,175
Questions3
pullouts for trash and recycling, tilt-out panels for sponges, units for storing canned goods and even in-counter composting. Be sure to ask about all of the options.
pullouts for trash and recycling, tilt-out panels for sponges, units for storing canned goods and even in-counter composting. Be sure to ask about all of the options.
“Wine storage option” — oopsy57
Wyndhamdesign
Art Shed
Ideabooks2,905
Questions0
This and next show clever way to hide the trash and recycling containers
like this trash can disposal idea, but would like to have a small convenient space for trash cans
Sliding doors to hide trash... shelf on the other side.
pick up trash whenever possible. It’s all about making other people think of these norms and rules as important. “If you know that all your neighbors think it’s important to have a clean street, it’s going to be harder to litter in that environment," Keizer says. "So communicating that we care about this
“art” — Custom Pools and Landscapes of Richmond
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Portland
17 Reviews
Perry/Pomranky
Ideabooks6,811
Questions4
trash can place & pot of flowers
trash enclosure wall
cover trash can & recycle
Trash bin...Trash can shed...trash hidden
“Fence” — sheldano
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Greenwich Village Apartment
Ideabooks1,220
Questions4
along with trash receptacles and the dishwasher. Allow 18 to 36 inches (45 to 92 centimeters) of countertop space on one or both sides of your sink. Preparation areas are best kept clear of other items, since you will always be taking out bowls, plates and utensils there. Allow at least 36 inches (92 ce
along with trash receptacles and the dishwasher. Allow 18 to 36 inches ormore (45 to 92 centimeters) of counter-top space on one or both sides of your sink.
along with trash receptacles and the dishwasher. Allow 18 to 36 inches (45 to 92 centimeters) of countertop space on one or both sides of your sink.Preparation areas are best kept clear of other items, since you will always be taking out bowls, plates and utensils there. Allow at least 36 inches (92 centimeters)
“cabinets on the back open on the front + 4 barstools need to be sure theres enough cabinets” — Caelyn Callahan
Birdseye Design
3 Reviews
Hill Section Home
Ideabooks2,083
Questions3
to hide trash bins
to hide trash containers
wheel the trash out.
Fence with trash...hide trash cans...TRASH BINS
“Teak colored door?” — sscupp
CanTrust Contracting Group
3 Reviews
Alcorn project
Ideabooks5,318
Questions6
conceal the trash cans outside this home look like a classic fence-and-gate combo, thanks in part to the matching section that flanks the steps.
Trash can enclosure...trash enclosure...to hide trash cans...Hide trash...trash can storage
“panneaux” — brassardh
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
Ideabooks1,875
Questions1
Cunningham avoided wasted space by selecting a sliding barn-style gate rather than a traditional swinging door. Seamless, built-in cabinets keep AC units, trash and recycling out of view — eliminating visual clutter. He embraced the firewood storage as a design feature
units, trash and recycling out of view — eliminating visual clutter. He embraced the firewood storage as a design feature by leaving the stack exposed. A salvaged granite pier forms the dining table's pedestal.
units, trash and recycling out of view — eliminating visual clutter.He embraced the firewood storage as a design feature by leaving the stack exposed. A salvaged granite pier forms the dining table's pedestal.
“Chairs” — mcannassa
Zinc Interior Concepts
7 Reviews
Ballard Residence
Ideabooks3,417
Questions8
above the trash.
trash/paper towel holder
above trash...drawer trash.
“refrigerated drawers” — sharilane
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