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If you’ve got several cookie jars stuffed full of $100 bills, then executing a full-scale kitchen remodel all at once makes sense. But what about those homeowners whose cookie jarFree Standing Kitchen Cabinets s are filled with, well, mostly cookies? You can still get that beautiful kitchen of your dreams, you just need patience and a well-thought-out game plan that breaks up your remodel into several stages spread out over time. That way you can save up (fill that cookie jar!) and spend only what you can when you can. Maybe this month it’s painting the cabinets. Maybe later in the year you buy new appliances. There are plenty of benefits of a phased project, but there are also several pitfalls you want to avoid. This five-part series will help you navigate those stages to a successful remodeled kitchen. "EC Trethewey Building Contractors, Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets Inc.Look Before You Leap Palma Bygg1Ask for Help A Note on General Contractors Project Scope Making Selections Budget Preparation Up Next" Bringing in wood helps warm a space, something that’s especially welcome in stark white kitchens with steely appliances. But when applied to flat surfaces like cabinets, countertops and floors, wood tends to recede into two dimensions. To capture the warmth and still bring in some 3-D heft and texture, consider rustic wood beams and posts. Here, four kitchens show the breadth — and appeal — of the material. "1. Reclaimed Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets Rustic 2. Beam Me Up 3. Taste of Asia 4. Pure Post" These days my most requested cabinet accessory is a compost receptacle. With recycling and garbage bins, it makes a trio that is the cornerstone of waste management for the kitchen. I’m not sure why all my clients seem to have acquired a newfound love of gardening along with a desire to amend their soil with the nutrient-rich scraps from their kitchen — but I do know how to help them out. Whatever your reason for wanting to compost, here are some clever places to hide that pile of decomposing food. "1. Pullout cabinet. Gone are the days when the only place for a compost bucket is on the kitchen counter. In this space, the pail stays Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets out of sight until the cabinet door is opened. Recessed next to the trash can, it is easily accessible. 2. Recessed countertop bin. This stainless steel composting system is flush-mounted into the quartz countertop. It collects food waste in an undercounter pail that is easily removed for cleaning. The tight-fitting lid helps to mitigate any odors. 3. Cutting board cutout. Composting is easily achieved while using this cutting board. Throw food scraps through the hole, and they fall directly into the compost bin below. Do keep in mind that once the cutting board is no longer needed, it’s best to put a lid on the bin to keep flies and smells at bay.Figura Kitchens & Interiors4. One-stop chop shop. This unassuming chopping block cabinet is a one-stop Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets prep station. From the outside, it just looks like a lovely rounded cabinet.Figura Kitchens & InteriorsBut open the doors and you’ll find a bin for composting, a knife block and cutting boards below.tall glass architecture5. Custom drawer. The drawer of this 18-inch garbage and recycling cabinet has been cleverly customized to be a compost receptacle that’s easily accessible yet out of sight. Prep your meals on the island and sweep any food scraps into the open drawer. Any scraps not compostable can be swept into the garbage bin below by simply closing the compost drawer. 6. Stainless steel drawer. Another option for a compost drawer is to line it Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets with stainless steel inserts. That way when you’re ready to empty and clean, the liners are easily removable. And because the inserts are stainless, they can be washed in the dishwasher.Affecting Spaces7. Undersink drawer. Now here’s a better use of the limited and often awkward space below the sink: hiding the compost, recycling and garbage. The bins are accessed by opening the shallow sink drawer.Custom Spaces Design8. Under the sink. Can’t find a dedicated space for your compost bin? There’s always the under-the-sink cabinet. In this space, the bin is attached to the cabinet door. Custom Spaces DesignWhen you open the door, the lid on Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets the bin is pulled off automatically. Chervin Kitchen & Bath Inc.9. Waste management center. If three bins are good, are four better? This one-stop cabinet has four inserts for the dedicated recycler. Use it for compost, garbage, paper and cans, or any division you see fit — each item can have a designated spot.10. Retrofitted roll-out. If you already have a roll-out feature in your cabinet, you can retrofit it for compost quite easily by simply placing a stainless steel pail on it. Nothing fancy, but it works — especially if it’s located beneath a cutting board.Studio Hillier11. In plain sight. All the previous examples are hidden compost bins. But this cool kitchen incorporates its waste management system out in the open, as part of the Free Standing Kitchen Cabinets design. Composting Basics In addition to reducing waste and greenhouse gases, composting has other benefits. Adding compost to soil increases water retention and minimizes the need for fertilizer and pesticides. Compost-enriched soil results in healthier fruits and vegetables."