Flexibin by Li Jianye

Flexibin by Li Jianye

One question we get a lot here at Re-nest (and one we struggle with at home) is how to attractively store recyclables without taking up too much space in an already cramped apartment.

We think we finally found the solution. Or, we've at least found something that would work wonderfully for lots of people.

Flexibin is especially great for those who haven't yet given up the plastic shopping bag, because it can be bent in order to accommodate basically any size bag ... the one from the grocery store, the one from the Gap, etc.

Or it can be used with your average trash bags, then easily emptied into the curbside recycling when the time is right. We like it because it's so slim and uses so little material, allowing the owner to supply his own previously-used (or reusable) bag as a part of the design.

It's sort of minimalist and we wouldn't mind having one in our kitchen.

Via Yanko Design

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