Vingli 72in Kitchen Pantry Storage Cabinet with Adjustable Shelves
Video Reviews:Introduction:This large-capacity and stylish pantry cabinet is designed to complement any decor, making it a great addition to your home.ELEGANT PANTRY: Add a touch of style and functionality to any room with this white kitchen pantry cabinet.ADJUESTABLE SHELVES: Adjust the 4 shelves of this pantry cabinet to fit items of different sizes.HIGHT QUALITY: Crafted from premium P2 MDF and finished in white paint, this pantry cabinet is both sturdy and stylish.Specification:Brand: VINGLIColor: WhiteMaterial: Engineered WoodItem Dimensions LxWxH: 29.92 x 15.75 x 71.65 inchesSize: 30” W x 15.7” D x 72” HShape: RectangularWhat You Get:1 x Storage Cabinet1 x Written Direction1 x Accessories PackageProduct Manuals:Buffets & Sideboards InstructionNOTICE:1.
So many of you have requested corner cabinets, and I've been listening.But like Erin says in her project suggestion, how would we build this one without beveling the sides, requiring a table saw?I tried to keep the dimensions close to Erin's suggestion for the planBut it's a no brainer to modify the corner cupboard to be a little widerJust use a 1x12 for the back instead of a 1x8 as the plan calls for.For both plans, the shelves are made of 1x12s, so the shelves will only be approximately 11 1/2" deep.So go measure your corner.
45 degree tall cabinet
Description Technical Specs NOTESThis is a 45 degree tall cabinet with a single door.This cabinet uses a specialty 45 degree hinge and therefore will not come with the soft closing feature.When assembling, position the adjustable shelves at the desired position, then attach you cabinet top.NOTESThis is a 45 degree tall cabinet with a single door.Columbia Purebond plywood is formaldehyde free premium grade plywood (made in USA with North American lumber).
Corner Kitchen Pantry
Corner PantryThe LansburyA twist on the classic pantry, The Lansbury is a corner pantry cabinet that will make the most out of the space in your kitchen.
Add Space & Convenience with a Simple DIY Pantry
I’m kind of embarrassed to admit this but we were using a stand up clothes armoire as a simple DIY pantry in our kitchen because we didn’t have enough space to hold all our food stuffs.Roy used the free software Google Sketchup to draw up the plans to fit our space.Roy LOVES messing around Google SketchUp and he designed the new pantry.The outlet was on the wall which would now be “inside’ the pantry so Roy had to move it.Roy added some shelving on the side so we could get rid of a bakers rack that held a variety of appliances.