• Hide it in a rollout base cabinet within one step of the sink, or no more than two steps away if it's in an opposing island. • Place an additional recycling bin on the rollout, or multiple bins on a second unit near the exterior door if your municipality requires sorting.
get a drawer dishwasher if you: frequently do small loads. Run just one drawer at a time to use less water than a full-size machine. have a galley or narrow kitchen. There's no tip-down door to contend with. never want to put away another dish. You can pull clean dishes from one drawer when you set the table, load dirties into the other after the meal.
I think this may fix our dilemma of where to put our dishwasher when wet move our kitchen. Dishwasher will be on opposite side of sink the cabinets on that side of the kitchen were going to be narrow anyway, so the dishwasher will be able to go into the wall a bit maybe so it's far enough from the sink. Then a small cupboard so there's enough space on the side between dishwasher and fridge? and then the fridge, also set back through the wall into the closet/pantry
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