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  • Sarah Zimmerman

    Take out shelving and install slide out drawers (in kitchen and hallway closets) Possible kitchen pantry idea

  • Meredith Schnepp

    Take out shelving and install slide out drawers (in kitchen and hallway closets) for our weird linen closet

  • Building Surfside

    Take out shelving and install slide out drawers (in kitchen and hallway closets) Such a great idea & you don't have to move all your boxes & can's to see what you need.

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Installing drawers instead of shelves in linen closets...I really hope I can remember this for our house!

Take out shelving and install slide out drawers! We NEED this!!

For linen closets, slide-out drawers are a great way to keep contents organized. You can buy drawers on sliders at most home improvement stores – think kitchen drawers that have the same concept. Then just add towels, blankets or whatever you plan to store there to the drawers and instead of having to rummage through them to find what you need, you can simply pull out the drawer for a clear look.

Ventilated drawer to store non-refrigerated foods (tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, onions)>>>Love this!

15 Drawer Ideas to Help You Organize Your Kitchen | eatwell101.com

Kitchen organization. Slide out drawers in a cabinet instead of shelving.

Brilliant! Saves counter space and makes everything look less cluttered. Dream home!

I love the idea of the small side shelves on top of the slide out pantry shelves to use that deep space!

Pantry organization. I love the pull-outs because you can get to all of the stuff that you forget about in the back of a "regular" shelf.

Take out shelving and install slide out drawers!

"Pull-out pantry: The tall cabinets, on either side of the refrigerator, hold canned goods, baking supplies and snacks." from Taste of Home magazine