We will be renovating the kitchen this year, and one area we want to
renovate is a small pantry next to the refrigerator. It's getting harder
for us to bend down to get things on the bottom, and even to reach inside
to get stuff is getting more difficult. We've seen the slide out pantry
cabinets on some of the shows and in showrooms, and we were wondering if
there was any way to install a built-in version - in short, convert the
standard pantry to a slide-out type? Googling has only brought up the
under-cabinet types of slide out pantry shelves, if anyone has a good link
it would be most appreciated.
I was looking for ideas for stereo stuff. Maybe this will help.
"My doctor says I have a malformed public-duty gland
and a natural deficiency in moral fiber, and that I am therefore
excused from saving Universes."
I bought full extension bottom mount drawer slides and used 1/2"
Baltic Birch for the drawers. Slides mount in the center of the
drawer and attach to existing shelves. Can't imagine life without
There are serious loading weight issues with the slide outs. Let alone the
I offer this site.
They happen to be close to my home. The site is all pdf format and you will
have to call them. They ship anywhere and accept credit cards for more than
Their kitchen stuff is 1/2 the cost of the box stores. I installed one of
their double trash bins in my last kitchen. Along with the kitchen sink
drawer tilt downs.
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