We have a pantry in our kitches that's basically a closet. Way too deep for
the small items we keep in it. I'd like to put a lazy susan in it so that we
can get to the stuff at the back. But it'll need to be quite large. I'd like
it to be floor to top of door (over 6 feet) tall and about 32 inches wide.
I'd also like at least 6 shelves.
So far I can't find any suitable lazy susan hardware. The most common kind,
such as used in the corner of base cabinets isn't suitable since the shelves
move together. The mass of what I've described above would be too much.
Closer is the 5-shelf pantry lazy susan from Rev-A-Shelf.
Unfortunately, even it isn't large enough (only 22 inches wide and 5 shelves).
I say it's closer partly because it seems to have a center pole mechanism
where the shelves rotate around the fixed pole. So the shelves only move one
at a time.
In my mind's eye picture, I see the same sort of hardware as on the Rev-A-Shelf
that fixes the shelf to a pole. But with shelves made of d-shaped cut plywood
for extra strength to hold the soup cans and a thin lip attached around the
edge of the shelves to hold things from falling off.
Anyone know where I might find hardware like this? I've looked at Lee Valley
and several others.
Or would anyone have a better mind's eye picture to suggest?