Slide out for the waste bin
For under the sink?
One subtle alteration to Shaker style we’ve seen this year is what’s referred to as “skinny,” “slim” or “thin” Shaker. Basically, the thickly profiled stiles and rails of a traditional Shaker cabinet front are slimmed down to ultrathin profiles, creating a style that’s not quite Shaker but not quite modern slab-front, either. Designer Sarah Robertson’s kitchen shown here features both styles. The cabinet fronts more closely resemble classic Shaker style, while the drawer fronts embrace the skinny version.
2. Install undercabinet plug molding. One option for a clutter-free backsplash is to install plug molding beneath the wall cabinets. 3. Mix outlet styles. I always ask clients if a toaster or a coffee maker will live on their counter. If so, I add a wall outlet behind that appliance since it will always be plugged in. Otherwise, the electrical cord will be visible as it dangles from the plug molding above. Remember to combine a mixture of outlets and plug molding into your design.
I like the mosic Dark tile with dark grout Charcoal Mosaic Kitchen backsplash The bench top is made from a 3.5mm or 6mm porcelain tile slab. The slabs can be up to 1.5mt x 3mt piece. Their is several Italian manufacturers of this light weight but durable type of tile/slab. In Italy the manufacturer can make your bench to order, according to your specifications. This looks nice