Wasted space is an egregious breach of all that Paul stands for. We are doing a wall-mount faucet, still undecided on specifics… here are my favorite faucet-options. You helped me join this century with the microfiber drying mat option or the thing that rolls over your sink.
We are having extra-deep countertops… so we have plenty of space to get creative… SOMEWHERE in there, SHOULD be a smart design! But… err… Once you start drawing… THERE ARE SO MANY PLANES AND ANGLES AND ALSO SOME IDIOT PERSON HUNG THIS ANNOYING ANTIQUE CLUNK IN THE WAY. But after 57,000 hours of internet-ing, I found no antique brassmeshrackthings of usable size.
Also, after the 197th round of what-about-this, what-about-that, Paul remained unswayed; he felt they were all too– HELLO LOOK AT OUR DISHRACK. Turns out clutter is irrelevant because I couldn’t get any of the idea-sparks to be something I actually liked.
First– an argument could be made that damp, confined; is not something I would choose… I’d keep it open. Second– we’d have to add cabinets; which I now see as a plague of locusts sent by the Cabinet-Industrial-Complex to fill all of our homes with boxes to STORE MORE CRAP FROM BED BATH AND BEYOND.
I mention the crap from Bed Bath and Beyond so that I may directly contradict myself by asking about carbonator water machines. is there a secret source for buying bulk vinegar and baking soda that I do not know about?