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Published on October 12th, 2017 | by Contributor

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Quick, easy chopping station (+ small kitchen island ideas)





Quick, easy chopping station + kitchen island ideas

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I reversed the upper tray so that the longitudinal hole that is originally meant for cables is covered. Then I added instead, in the hole for cables, a rope with a simple knot to hang the kitchen paper roll. The knot is not visible, because it stays below the upper tray.

Quick, easy chopping station + kitchen island ideas

I added a red plastic chopping board that I bought at the World Market, to match with the color of my kitchen. I use the main container at the bottom for potatoes, because it is perfectly ventilated but covered. And I place accessories on the shelves to have other vegetables (tomatoes, onions) at hand.

Quick, easy chopping station + kitchen island ideas

~ by Xenia Viladas


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