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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Making Little Changes

This a such a low cost conversion for the kitchen and it keeps all your sponges out of the way. I also found that it works great in the master bath and provides a quick and easy hideaway for my toothbrush. We've also got the conversion kit to hide the trash can in one of the cabinets.

You can purchase these kits at Lowes for about $17.00. They have them at HomeDepot also but they're sold as individual plastic trays and Lowes comes 2 to a pack. 1 plastic try will fit in the faux drawer front in the master bath and if you got dual vanities you'll have one for each side and each packet comes with enough hardware to do two doors.





10 comments:

  1. Those are great! We already had that in mind. Is there any issue with drainage? Like if u put your toothbrush, etc will water just sit in the tray? --Ericka

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  2. I'm very anal and probably a little OCD so I dry my tooth brush before putting it in there. Who am I kidding I'm a lot OCD with the light switches and everything else so I added another to my list lol.

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  3. The trays are removable and can easily be taken out cleaned and put back in seconds

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  4. I didn't even know that lol thanks J!

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  5. I've been wanting to get these and I forget every time I'm at the store!

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  6. This might sound stupid, but how do you get the faux door off to install it?

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  7. There are tabs that hold them together. Very easy to remove and reinstall.

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  8. Nice, I like this and will have to keep it in mind.

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  9. What was there beforehand? Was it just a drawer? I have this in my house currently, but we didn't build it so I don't know how it got there.

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  10. These are the greatest gadgets! I love them and I can't wait to get my husband to install them. It makes the kitchen and baths so much neater.

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