In recent articles, you may find information on building cabinets for your kitchen or another area around the home. Topics have included building wall cabinets, blind corner base units, a kitchen sink base cabinet and more. In the following steps, learn how to build a pantry cabinet for storing canned and other food items in your kitchen.
The cabinet can accommodate a number of shelves that can be placed at the desired heights to allow for storage of small items or shelves can be eliminated from the design should you desire the pantry to serve as a broom closet or to house a vacuum cleaner for the house. Once finished and installed, you may wish to build and install some cabinet doors to match the look of the rest of the kitchen. So let us take a look at top cabinet built pantry kitchen storage with 20 pictures below.
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This basic pantry cabinet will measure 84-inches in height 12-inches deep and 12-inches wide and will have five shelves and a divider between the upper and lower sections of the pantry. The entire unit at these dimensions can be built from a single sheet of 3/4-inch sanded cabinet plywood, along with some screen molding for covering the exposed edges of the plywood shelves. You&#039ll need a single piece of 1/4-inch thick plywood for the cabinet back measuring 11-1/4 by 79-1/2 inches. Tool-wise, you&#039ll want a cabinet table saw with a plywood blade and a stacked dado blade set, a finish nailer equipped with plenty of 1-1/4 inch finish nails, a circular saw or jigsaw, a combination square and a bottle of wood glue.
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To get started, raise the arbor on your table saw with a plywood blade installed so that the blade is about an inch above the saw table. Position the fence so that the face of the fence is 13-inches from the nearest edge of the saw blade and lock the fence into place. Lay a 4x8 sheet of 3/4-inch plywood flat onto the table with one of the long edges flush against the fence.
Turn on the saw and rip a 13-inch wide section, 8-feet in length from the plywood sheet. Set the strip aside and rip a second 13-inch wide piece from the sheet.
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Set the remaining sheet aside. Adjust the fence to 11-1/4 inches from the blade, and cut an 11-1/4 by 13-inch section from the end of each of the two strips. Then trim each of the two long strips to 84 inches to serve as the sides of the pantry. Before moving on cut a 3-inch deep by 4-inch tall notch out of one of the corners of each of the plywood strips using your circular saw to accommodate a toe kick. Set these two cabinet sides aside for the moment.