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    Base Filler (SE-BF336)


    $62.32/ Piece


    3"W * 34-1/2"H * 3/4"D -WOOD


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      Product Model SE-BF336
      Interior designer Cherie Miller of CDH Designs liked the idea so much that she added the feature to her own kitchen. She says she had her cabinetmaker create one as a trial run for a job she had coming up. He used a dowel rod, and for ease of changing rolls, the top of the opening is a little wider than the bottom (you pop the dowel up and out when the roll is empty). In Miller’s kitchen, the opening is roughly 13 inches wide at the top and 5 inches high. “The height is a bit of a squeeze for some of the larger towel rolls,” she says. In the subsequent project, she used a retractable rod (similar to most toilet paper holders) and made the opening 13 inches wide and 5 1/2 inches high.Miller notes that a cabinet to store a trash can would normally need to be 18 inches wide. In this case, because of the width of the peninsula, she designed a cabinet that is 21 inches wide. “ I use the extra room to store additional rolls,” she says. In this kitchen, Robertson put the paper towels by the trash can (as Miller did). “Having the paper towels right by the trash can is  handy for using and discarding, and puts paper towels within reach of children so they can help clean up their messes!” she says. “It is actually closer to counter level, where the action is, than a roll up under a wall cabinet.”Robertson says she and her cabinetmaker have redesigned paper towel holders at least five times to improve functionality. “Previous iterations were not large enough to hold a jumbo paper towel roll,” she says. “We’ve also redesigned the dowel several times to make changing the roll easier.”