How to Convert a Closet into a Pantry with Pull-Out Storage
This Dual Slide-Out Unit Puts Food and Kitchen Items Within Easy Reach
This family's kitchen had a broom closet that was converted to a food pantry. Not a bad idea, but, because the shelves were extremely deep, finding and retreiving items from the rear became difficult, if not impossible. The solution is to build a simple box cabinet that slips inside the exisiting closet. The interior of the cabinet is fitted with standard full-extension drawer glides to which shelving modules are attached. When the shelving units are pulled out, they allow the contents to be fully visible from both sides and from the front to the back ... converting the entire interior into convenient, accessible storage.
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