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Where is your garbage can in master bath?

Posted by onelady1dog2girls (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 17, 12 at 22:40

Hi, everyone. We are finalizing our vanity and masterbath selections. One thing I have always disliked in our previous masterbath,, was an ugly garbage can in full view. I could remedy this by putting it into our vanity as a pullout, but I hate to lose valuable storage space with a garbage. We have a toilet behind a privacy wall but the wall to wall space where the toilet resides is like 36"...so with a toilet, not much space for tucking away. Do you have any suggestions?


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RE: Where is your garbage can in master bath?

I decided to put mine under the sink with a pull out on the floor of the vanity. I solved some of the storage loss by putting a cabinet over the toilet which is recessed between the studs. I didn't want to worry about hitting heads on a cabinet, but wanted more storage. I can't stand to look at an open wastebasket, so that was my solution.


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RE: Where is your garbage can in master bath?

Same here, in my master bathroom i put the garbage in the vanity cabinet. Since i had added under cabinet drawers the storage had become alot more efficient anyway and the loss of space wasn't a problem. In the family bathroom the garbage is out in the open next to the toilet because I don't think my son will open the door to throw something away!


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RE: Where is your garbage can in master bath?

we also have it in vanity cabinet... i wasn't necessarily planning it there, but there was no convenient place to tuck it away after remodel and we have plenty of storage space. i love it there!


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