i had something like this 20 yrs ago. mine had top that lifted up and had double doors in front. i love yours better. we used them in bathroom for dirty clothes and kitchen for trash, but one dog learned to take nose and lift lid. they sold in
The best part is they pretty much dog proof. I have had one for 10 years and my two pit bulls have never been able to get at the garbage.
Can you tell me more about the picture above your trash can. Is it one of your diy projects. I have a similar mirror that I would like to use in a diy project. Did you use chalk paint to paint it.
My grandfather made one similar to this for the bathroom, to hold dirty clothes.
Until a few weeks ago, we had a nice stainless steel trash can. Nice…but still a bit of an eyesore being a trashcan and all. Then one day, I went to step on the pedal to raise the lid and the pedal broke right off. So we began looking a new trashcans and I just wasn’t loving anything I saw. Plus, the nice ones can be surprisingly pricey. Then, I saw a friend of mine ask for recommendations for where to buy a wood trash can cabinet on Facebook and it was totally one of those “Why didn’t I think of that?!” moments!
I’m so happy with how it turned out and we no longer have an unsightly trash can in the kitchen!
This is how it looked before. Not so pretty right? So we got to work! My husband did the building and I did the \"prettying\" it up.
I LOVE the weathered grey stain I used on it! It reminds me of old barn wood.
To see the plans we used and how we modified them check out the full post in the link below!
To see more: http://bydawnnicole.com/2014/11/wood-tilt-trash-can-cabinet.html
Original article and pictures take http://www.hometalk.com/6018435/wood-tilt-out-trash-cabinet site