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  • Amber Taylor

    A Slide-Out Pantry | Clever Kitchen Storage Ideas for Small Spaces

  • Liam Baxter

    minimalist spice rack... diy hidden storage canned food storage cabinet, storage ideas, urban living, woodworking projects, Pulls out for easy access to canned goods etc

  • Jennifer Kenner

    I love this idea for a spice rack. Perfect for apartments and small kitchens! Got 6" of space? Create a sliding pantry!

  • Melissa Busler

    This might work at my house. Maybe not a spice rack but to hold cutting borads and other kitchen items. absolutely genius. Such an itty bitty space in her kitchen {only 6"!} and look at how much storage she gained! She painted the inside with a WOW of chevron! You totally wouldn't expect it, but it really takes the project to the next level. The cabinet is on casters which makes it easy to pull out, even with heavy jars and cans being stored inside. Fantastic DIY!

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