Build A Space-Saving Roll-Out Pantry

Have a little space between your fridge and the wall next to it? This simple DIY roll-out pantry can hold a lot of canned goods and other non-perishables, roll out when you need it, and slide easily back into place when you’re finished.

The project, from the folks at Classy Clutter, is designed to hold cans, but would work well with other packaged goods as well. Since it rests on casters, it can slide in and out of place easily, and all of the items you need to build it are easily available at your local hardware store. (The full parts list is at the link below — it’s essentially wood, the casters, some dowels, and a knob to pull the pantry out and push it back in with.)

The finished pantry includes dowels along the bottom part of the shelves to ensure items don’t fall out every time you pull the pantry out. Hit the link for more photos, the list of parts you’ll need to put this together, and all the measurements.

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