Customizable Pantry Shelving

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I love organization. So much so, that I spent thousands at the Container Store to organize things through out our shop and home. Our kitchen cabinets, however, were not a single standard dimension that any of their organization was built to. It was super frustrating.

After a ton of research I finally found these customizable birch pull out shelves  for our bottom cabinets from Rockler. Which, lets be real….they always have every single thing I can’t get anywhere else.

They came in two depths and we could customize width! MAGIC! These shelves gave us a customized wood solution and I could not be happier with them. Next up, we are building cabinet doors but until then please check out our you tube video for detailed instructions on how to install these for yourself!

Building Your Customizable Pantry Shelving

Here are the items I recommend to have on hand for building your customizable pantry shelving:

  1.  Birch pull out shelves 
  2. Wood Glue
  3. Wood Glue applicator
  4. Mitre Saw- We have a couple different ones. This is Brandt’s and this one is mine! Take your pick! A circular saw could do this too if that’s all you have!
  5. Table Saw– again- you can make do with a circular saw!
  6. Drill-We aren’t too picky. We prefer Dewalt and Ryobi. 
  7. My favorite nailer ever is this  18-Volt One+ AirStrike 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer (Tool-Only)because it doesn’t require a compressor! LOVE!

If you tackle this project I would love to see pictures. Please feel free to share them on our facebook page or email them to info@rescuedfurnishings.com