GO to H/D and take a look at the coated wire baskets in the closet
Make wood runners for the baskets from maple.
A little tip:
Do NOT keep the onions with the potatoes.
The above will insure ventilation around the vegetables, be stronger,
last longer, weigh less, and certainly cost less than trying to build
something out of wood.
I built one a few years ago. Just a tall skinny cabinet with raised panel
sides and back and a face frame for two bins at front. Front of bin was a
standard stick and cope with back lip cut off and wire mesh placed in the
opening with stops glued and pinned to hold it in. The hardest part was
the back of the bins that had to be radiused to allow them to tip out with
the door frame hinged at the bottom. You need a radius on the bin top and
the bin back sticking up enough so it won't tip out. Hope that helps. I can
post a pic to ABPW if needed, but sorry no plans, I just winged it!
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