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Old 05-22-2015, 03:34 PM   #1
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New Pantry

Dianne said if I want to eat "in the style to which I have become accustomed", I needed to build her a more usable pantry.

So, removed the small wire rack pantry and built this one:

Solid oak perimeter, birch plywood bottom and 100 pound capacity ball bearing 24" slides (these slides were overkill, but local hardware store had them for $9.99 a pair) with birch plywood "walls" for the tracks. Stained cherry and polyurethaned.

Spacing dictated by size of various "good eats".

Brett Wolfe
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Old 05-22-2015, 03:42 PM   #2
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Nice work!!!! What we do to keep them happy!! I'm in the process of making a wooden trash can that can then be mounted on a sliding tray for ease of getting the bag in and out. They just don't make trash cans that fit into some spaces. I hate to waste any space, since we are limited.

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Beautiful & functional. Very nice.
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Sorry about the sideways pictures. I have them in correct orientation in my file, but they uploaded as originally taken instead of how they were saved on the computer.

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