Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Build A Space-Saving Roll-Out Pantry that Fits Between the Fridge and the Wall

 
 

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via Lifehacker by Alan Henry on 3/26/13

Build A Space-Saving Roll-Out Pantry that Fits Between the Fridge and the Wall If you have a little space between your fridge and the retaining wall next to it, or any space about six inches wide in your kitchen, this DIY roll-out pantry can hold a ton of canned goods and other non-perishables, roll out when you need it, and slide easily back into place when you're finished.

The project from the folks at Classy Clutter, is designed to hold canned foods, but we imagine you could use it for just about anything, and it doesn't have to live between the fridge and a wall. It's only 6" across, and it rests on 2" casters, so it can slide in and out of place easily. Everything you need to build it are easily available at your local hardware store (The full parts list is at the link below—it's pretty much just wood, casters, dowels, and a knob to pull the pantry in and out with.)

Once you assemble the thing, you have plenty of extra shelf space for storage, and dowels along the bottom part of the shelves to make sure items don't come falling out every time you pull the pantry out from behind the fridge. She even painted it so it would blend in nicely with the rest of the kitchen. Hit the link for more photos, the list of parts, and all the measurements.

Build Your Own Extra Storage (DIY Canned Food Organizer) | Classy Clutter


 
 

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