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Example of a trendy l-shaped kitchen design in San Diego with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and white appliances —  Houzz
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Susan Yoder wrote:Oct 14, 2012
  • Susan Yoder
    Thank you.
  • cordova21
    Clearly not the focus of the picture but... I LOVE the farmhouse sink - can you tell me what brand it is and where I might order one.
summersilver wrote:Mar 31, 2014
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Hi - Thank you for your question! The Trash Pullout is 21” wide, the standard 24” deep and it has a Rev-a-Shelf Trash Container insert, item #: 4WCBM-2150DM-2.
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    Bonnie D Loubier's Landscape Design
    Love the trash container insert! I have one as well but not as fancy. like the covers as well!
jbfox wrote:Jul 15, 2013
fredjlee wrote:Aug 20, 2014
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Hi - Thank you for your question! The client purchased the sink on Ebay. It can be found through other online retailers, as well.
edithwharton wrote:Dec 25, 2012
Shelby Maas wrote:Oct 15, 2012
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Hi Shelby - Thanks for the question. The faucet is a MOEN Level Single Handle High Arc Pull out Kitchen Faucet
teachmedesign wrote:Oct 12, 2012
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Thanks for the question! The cabinetry is DEWILLS Hardrock Maple, Color #203CC. The island cabinets are DIAMOND in Maple, Color is Tidal Mist

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Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your April Home ChecklistMar 28, 2018

3. Clean out trash cans and recycling bins. Take empty cans outside and spray them with a hose to start. Spritz inside and out with the cleaning spray of your choice. Let the bins sit for a few minutes before scrubbing them with a stiff-bristle brush. Rinse with the hose and leave them upside down to dry.4. Check safety devices. Test batteries on smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, replacing them as needed. It’s also a good idea to periodically check for recalls of your home safety products; you can find up-to-date listings at Recalls.gov.Browse smoke and monoxide detectors in the Houzz Shop

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Becky Harris added this to 10 Chores You Can Whip Through During CommercialsAug 8, 2014

8. Take out the trash. While you’re at it, gather up those recyclables, including the magazines you just realized you’re done with, and take them to the bin as well.

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Alison Hodgson added this to 9 Exit Strategies for Your ClutterJun 24, 2014

First StepsAssess successful systems of removal. In our house the only system we have is trash and recycling. One big reason it works is they come to us. If only Goodwill did weekly pickups! But there were other things to notice and replicate: designated containers and a set date of removal.

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Julie Kim added this to How to Childproof Your KitchenApr 24, 2014

If space permits, consider built-in trash receptacles that pull out from cabinets. They appear clean and orderly and also are easy to latch properly.

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Jennifer Ott Design added this to Where Should You Put the Kitchen Sink?Aug 1, 2013

This classic setup with the dishwasher on one side of the sink and a pullout trash and recycling cabinet on the other side makes kitchen cleanup easier. I always try to create this layout for clients. It does require a pretty long bank of cabinets to make it fit, as you need 24 inches for a standard-size dishwasher, and at least 12 inches for the trash pullout. It’s also nice to have a buffer cabinet on the outside edges of the dishwasher and trash cabinet, so the doors can open without running into a perpendicular cabinet or wall.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Stirring Up Two Styles in San DiegoOct 10, 2012

White Caesarstone countertops near a farmhouse sink create room for prepping and cleaning. Pullout trash cans on the right and a dishwasher on the left make cleanup simple. Miraculously, this redesigned kitchen didn't require any additional square footage. "New space for storage and reorganizing can be discovered within the existing home," Groen says. "It just takes a bit of exploring."

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marcia added this to KitcheningJul 21, 2019

Like the idea of them sitting in bottom, rather than hanging from top.

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Brigitte Ala added this to RichmondMay 8, 2019

orientation of trash sink and dishwasher

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tricialb added this to KitchenMay 7, 2019

Layout: Dishwasher, sink, pull-out trash bins.

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ramirejoy added this to Kitchen remodel 2019Apr 29, 2019

This classic setup with the dishwasher on one side of the sink and a pullout trash and recycling cabinet on the other side makes kitchen cleanup easier. I always try to create this layout for clients. It does require a pretty long bank of cabinets to make it fit, as you need 24 inches for a standard-size dishwasher, and at least 12 inches for the trash pullout. It’s also nice to have a buffer cabinet on the outside edges of the dishwasher and trash cabinet, so the doors can open without running into a perpendicular cabinet or wall.

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