Make the most of your kitchen&#039s existing storage space by installing a pull-out shelf in one - or all - of the base cabinets. The shelf resembles a shallow drawer that glides out for easy access to items stored in the back of the cabinet.
Our shelf was built for a standard 24-inch-deep by 33-inch-wide base cabinet, but its design is adaptable to virtually any size cabinet. It has a 1x4 pine frame and 3/4-inch birch plywood bottom. If you&#039re only building one or two shelves, you can save some money by going to a home center or lumberyard that sells quarter or half sheets of plywood. And in most cases, they&#039ll even cut the plywood to your dimensions. So let us take a look at top shelf easy access kitchen storage with 33 pictures below.
1. Kitchen Drawers Inner Drawer Pull Out Corner Units And Kitchens
If you&#039ve never attempted a woodworking project as seemingly complex as this one, don&#039t worry. TOH Master Carpenter Norm Abram created a simplified, straightforward design that can be easily constructed with ordinary tools.