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600mm built-in kitchen bin: DIY project

600mm built-in kitchen bin: DIY project

All of our in-cupboard bins will transform your cabinet into a top quality built-in bin, but if you have a 600mm cabinet you can fit a bin with the most generous capacity. 

If you're are working on a new kitchen or are planning some kitchen DIY this is a perfect time to order and fit a built-in bin which will magically hide your waste and free up floor space.

In-cupboard bins can be retro-fitted into an existing kitchen, or planned in at the design stage, and our customers love the transformative effect they can have in hiding away copious amounts of recycling and waste, leaving a streamlined and organised kitchen.

Our In-cupboard bins are available for all standard cabinet widths, and the range divides between bins to attach to pull-out doors and those for fitting inside cabinets with hinged doors. 

This blog is about 600mm cabinets, and if you can devote this size of cabinet to housing your bin, you can install some of the largest capacity bins we have. But don't despair if you don't have a 600mm cabinet available, as we have bins for 500mm, 450mm, 40mm and 300mm wide units. If we can help with choosing a bin for any size cabinet, please get in touch.

Read on for our suggestions for both Pull-out and Hinged door 600mm cabinets:



We have a great range of bins for 600mm pull-out doors with nearly 40 options to choose from. All our in-cupboard bins our sourced from quality manufacturers including brands such as Vauth-Sagel, Hailo, Ninka, Blanco, Gollinucci and Tecnoinox - plus many more.

Although all designed to fit 600mm wide cabinets the bins do come in different depths, from 403mm up to 530mm - so this a critical measurement to take before selecting your bin. The more depth you have - the greater choice available.

Capacities' also vary, from our lowest capacity at 34 litres up to our largest at 108 litres and bins can have 1, 2, 3 or 4 compartments.



Our bins for hinged door cabinets are an easy fit solution, with most just requiring 4 or 6 screes into the base of the cabinet to secure them.

The range of bins specifically built for 600mm wide cabinets is actually very limited due to the weight the bins would have to carry when full of waste. However, its worth remembering that any of our bins from the 300/400/450/500mm wide cabinets can be installed in a 600mm wide cabinet. Infact our Wesco and Hafele 2-compartment 64 litre bins from our 400mm wide cabinet range are excellent choices for a 600mm cabinet.  They don't take up all the cabinet width so they leave some useful storage space down one side for other kitchen items. 

You can also install 2 of bins for 300mm cabinets into a 600mm wide cabinet - boosting capacity up to an impressive 80 litres using two of out Wesco Big Boy 40l bins as per below:

Great 80 litres of capacity in a 600mm wide hinged door cabinet


It's worth remembering that the bins for Hinged doors can be fitted in wider cabinets if you want to place a bin on one side and a water filter, heater or more storage on the other side.  .


As you can tell from our very detailed blog, we are big fans of the these products. We help customers every day with choosing the right In-cupboard bin for their cabinet size and for their recycling needs . This really does ensure that the right bin is supplied the first time. 

Because these products last many years, it's worth taking a bit of time to compare the sizes and options for your cabinet before ordering. Just email or call us with your dimensions and we'll be happy to suggest the right bins to fit. We can help over the phone too, looking at options at the same time on the site and discussing the features and sizes. 

So if you want to make great use of your 600mm cabinet, or any cabinet, by creating a hidden bin, look at our In-cupboard bins section and our Buying Guide to In cupboard Bins, which shows all of the bins we have in a handy list format. You can also narrow down some options for your cabinet size by using our Quick Product Finder - see the very start of the in-cupboard section and follow the links. Please just ask if you need any advice, we can help with both design ideas and technical queries.