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Comment by Tom Talley on February 11, 2014 at 1:47pm
Thanks Carl, but sorry I don't have any plans it was all designed on the fly lol! I built it to go in a space that had the ovens in the wall they removed them during the remodel and wanted this pantry in its place. The height is 8 feet and the width is 24 inches the depth is 23 1/2 inches. Everything else was just figured out by what was going to be stored in it. Hi Lorrie there is really no particular reason for the Mdf it was just a inexpensive smooth board that I really didn't have to sand that much. Thanks for the comments and interest!!
Comment by Lorrie on February 11, 2014 at 2:13am

Thanks Tom for the information.  Is there a particular reason that you used Mdf for the bottoms?  I'm a beginner woodworker and trying to learn the "tricks of the trade". LOL 

Comment by Tom Talley on February 11, 2014 at 12:14am
Thanks Lorrie and Jim! Lorrie the sides of the pull out drawers are 3/4 poplar and the bottoms of the drawers are 1/2 mdf. I didn't use pocket holes on the drawers I counter sunk screws and plugged them with dowels.
Comment by james wilhelm on February 10, 2014 at 9:49am

Tom , very nice , like the design on the pull out,s , lot,s of storage and easy to get to , nice finish , well done thanks for sharing , Jim !

Comment by Lorrie on February 10, 2014 at 12:05am

Hi Tom,

Love the pantry!  very nice!  I love the pull outs and the way the back and the sides are made.  I need to make some pull outs for my kitchen.  I can't get to the stuff in the lower unit without getting on the floor!  Did you use pocket hole joinery?  Did you use 1/2 inch material?   I also love the spice rack on the door.  Very clever!  The inset shelves look very nice.  Great Job! 

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