Wall Of Storge
Here is the other side of the wall as seen from the perspective of the dishwasher.
I wanted to make sure that if anything on this wall were to fall into the trash can I would not cry, so we stuck with things that we use well and replace often. The Simplehuman trash bin is lovely, I never thought a really expensive trash can could make me happy. Above that, high enough to clear the swing open top of the trash can, we hung wall-mounted screws, again because loose s-hooks on a bar were too fiddly. The hooks hold kitchen towels and pot holders. Over that is a paper towel holder similar to this one. It was bought at Storables and sort of matches the Grundtal bars. It's so easy to change the paper towels now. (Make sure you hang a bar like this with the joint on the side you expect you'll rip the paper towels off in. The other end of the bar has a stopper but, you know.) And over that another gallery ledge from Pottery Barn. This one holds splatter screens, cutting boards and baking sheets, all of which are too big to fit into my cabinets.