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Kitchen Bin...anybody got a solution?

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loola2shu Thu 09-Dec-10 19:49:04

Just that really, I am sick of having bin bags on floor for recycling and normal rubbish, but don't really have anywhere to put a big bin.

Has anyone got any ideas what I can do? Can't have a bin inside cupboard as have limited cupboard space anyway. I do have a shelf thing about the depth of a cupboard on the end of breakfast bar which is a full sized cupboard shelf just with corners cut off IYKWIM, is there anything on market I could have on there?

I have googled but can't seem to find anything suitable.Any ideas would be appreciated.

TIA

TheProvincialLady Thu 09-Dec-10 19:51:08

If you have space for a rubbish bag on the floor then you have space for a small pedal bin don't you? You could keep a carrier bag inside it for recycling.

I really hate bins in cupboards though, so am a mite prejudiced.

loola2shu Thu 09-Dec-10 19:55:26

I hate them too, seems very unhygenic to me.
The rubbish bag isn't there all the time just when preparing tea etc then goes in wheelie bin, nowhere to have a bin as it would be there all the time.

loola2shu Thu 09-Dec-10 19:56:26

The shelf thing I am talking about is open on 3 sides BTW

thisisyesterday Thu 09-Dec-10 19:56:44

we have one of these which is very slim and might fit in somewhere?

reallywoundup Thu 09-Dec-10 22:16:19

one word... IKEA!! bound to have something!

shodatin Fri 10-Dec-10 00:20:48

Hall is next to kitchen in this house so I hide all recycling stuff in furniture. It is cooler than kitchen too.

mousymouse Fri 10-Dec-10 10:34:34

I have two large plastic bins with lid. one with a white liner for the recycling and one with a black liner for waste.
they are square and fit neatly in the corner, def take less room than one bag on the floor.

canyou Fri 10-Dec-10 10:36:57

This is what I use and it fits behind the door there are different types and styles

loola2shu Fri 10-Dec-10 17:29:33

Thanks everyone, Canyou, I think you might have solved problem, as I think that with a bit of alteration that may fit on the shelf thingy! I have also seen a couple of ideas on lakelands website

this double decker and this wall fixed one

The wall fixed one is a bit ugly but could go in utility (well thats what we call it but its actually just the lobby to the downstairs loo so again has no floor space!

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