Here are a few other kitchen composters I saw online. There are so many to choose from that will match any style of kitchen.
Listed below are the things you can compost.
Fruit and vegetable wastes - peels, skins, seeds, leaves
Coffee grounds (including paper filters), tea bags, used paper napkins
Corncobs - should be shredded to make them break down quickly r
Woody materials (branches, twigs)
Straw or hay
Next is a photo of my outside tumbler composter. When the kitchen one is full, I simply empty it into this large one, add a little hay or grass clippings, close and tumble.
I've also added photo's of what other's use to compost. The possibilities are endless and can be very simple and decorative. Just use your imagination. What good this does our earth.
Add water regularly during the compost-building process, about the wetness of a sponge.
Speed the process by turning the pile with a pitchfork once a week or if you have a tumble one like I do, just flip it. Mixing it allows oxygen into the center of the pile, encouraging the growth of bacteria which will break down organic material.
That’s it. I know it may sound labor intensive, but believe me it isn’t. Compost your scraps, add them to the outside pile with clippings from your yard, water and turn occasionally and you’ll have beautiful soil for your planters. Happy gardening.