We are planning a kitchen renovation (living in Ontario, Canada) and been trying to figure out what to do with our kitchen drain pipe. The pipe goes horizontally across multiple cabinets into one of the side walls. This is very frustrating as it reduces most of the usable space. Since we are replacing the cabinets and adding a dishwasher, we thought this would be the time. https://imgur.com/uL4P63c https://imgur.com/1NrZ8xr Would it be possible to install the p-trap towards the wall, and to have two 45 degree pieces allowing the piping to closely follow the wall to increase the space? The other option is to go straight through the floor into the basement. We have drop ceiling there so it may be possible. However this is not ideal as we would be bypassing the venting that is installed in the side of the wall and so this would have to be properly vented. Thanks very much!