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judyotaylor wrote:Feb 10, 2012
  • K Streb

    jsullivanpharmd would you be wiling to send me a pic of how you did the button in the flip out door? I am trying to figure out how to do the same thing.

  • A R

    We just had the insinkerator air switch installed in our new quartz countertop and we love it! It's so much more convenient than a switch on the wall, doesn't get confused with a light switch, and it also means one less thing to put on the backsplash. It works great!

moegc wrote:Feb 13, 2012
  • hom1old
    Great idea!
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    Design Set Match

    Good morning,
    This drawer is called a deep pull-out tray and was purchased through the cabinet manufacturer. If you have existing cabinetry that you are trying to fit one into there are a few options. The first would be to look at the side of a drawer box on one of your other cabinets to see who the manufacturer is. You can look
    them up and order the pull-out tray with hardware through them or one of their dealers. Another option is to purchase a basket and glides from Elfa through The Container Store or another similar merchant. (i've done this in my own kitchen.)

amitisek wrote:Jul 11, 2013
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    Cabinet Wishes
    We are franchise owners for a company based in Atlanta called ShelfGenie. www.ShelfGenie.com. Our company measures, designs, custom builds and installs glide-outs and accessories for existing cabinets. Underneath the sink, we go around any plumbing such as the disposer. It is the best retrofit product on the market and allows full access for the user since it is fully extended and soft close is also available. As seen above, the function of the disposer is not affected.
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Jill McAuley wrote:Jun 18, 2013
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    Design Set Match
    The cost for this drawer varies depending on where it is sourced from and if it is installed as part of the cabinet construction or as an after market product.
Stonecutters Integrated Services Ltd wrote:Nov 10, 2012
Karen R Taylor wrote:Feb 24, 2014
  • Chessie

    I like this, but I feel like I lose so much storage space with these drawers.

  • Clandiva

    I had mine installed professionally and I love them. With them, I get every square inch of use from my cabinets.

shyannebahar wrote:May 20, 2013
reactor wrote:Jan 24, 2013
  • Brad Woods
    Thank you for the response, Alisa. I have found that installations, such as this the noise from the disposer will come up the other sink, as there is no trap with water to block this. A clog in the common trap will also send ground food waste up into the other sink. Yes, I agree it is a little less labor for the plumber to install on a common trap. However, having had disposers installed both ways I have found it best to install them as the manufacturer has designed and eliminate the noise and possibility of a sink back up.
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    Design Set Match
    good to know, Thank you
marley321 wrote:Sep 9, 2013
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    Design Set Match
    Hi Marley 321, I don't remember the exact name of this finish, but it is a canalized conversion/baked "paint" finish or a solid stain so that it doesn't have the cracking in the corners that a true painted finish will have. This is in a low sheen like eggshell.
pkgazis wrote:Nov 14, 2012
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    Design Set Match
    Good afternoon,
    This is an Oak floor. It was custom stained to be similar to the existing floor on the dining room side of this peninsula. If I remember correctly, it was installed by Amber Flooring http://www.amberflooring.com/#!/home
ccsm124 wrote:Aug 8, 2012
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    Design Set Match
    Garbage disposers can fit into double or single sinks. With a double an additional drain trim is needed. The only other thing to consider with a disposer is if it fits in the space below your sink and if the drain into the wall is low enough. Your plumber can look at this and make adjustments if needed. I recommend Insinkerator's Evolution XL http://www.insinkerator.com/en-us/Household-Products/Garbage-Disposers/Evolution/Pages/Evolution-Excel.aspx it costs only a little more than the other lines, but has a great grind anything factor. I've never had client complaints.

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Becky Harris added this to How to Organize Your Specialty Kitchen Storage AreasMay 9, 2018

A full pullout drawer is another good solution for getting to the things that are stashed way in the back of your cabinet under the sink.Share your kitchen storage success story: Have you set up any special stations that have eased your kitchen work? Please add to this story by sharing them in the Comments. MoreStash It All: Know the 3 Zones of Kitchen StorageHow to Organize Kitchen Cabinets and Drawers for GoodHouzz guides to kitchen storageFind kitchen organizers for every purpose

Becky Harris added this to Our Favorite Kitchen Storage Ideas NowMay 10, 2017

A pullout under the kitchen sink. What Lies Beneath is an ominous and scary movie title that also applies to the space under the kitchen sink. I don’t know about you, but no matter how hard I try, this area winds up a jumble of dish soap, dishwasher detergent, trash bags and a ridiculous amount of paper towels. (I keep forgetting to cancel that bulk order on Amazon Subscribe and Save!) Most disturbingly, the fire extinguisher winds up getting buried in the back instead of being front and center where it should be. A pullout drawer would be so much better than kneeling and blindly digging around down there with one hand.

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natalie Kleinman added this to ngolasa's ideas4 days ago

Sliding out so can see/reach everything

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