Tall Pantry or Tall Cabinet Sources and Costs
I am lost here. Yes, I've been trying to find what the source catalogs are calling TALL CABINET or TALL PANTRY products which I can use to bookend a window seat in my dining room. One manufacturer even makes the window seat.
What I want has a footprint 24 wide x 24 deep.
It can be 90 inches tall, as tall as 96 inches if it comes unassembled, because our ceilings are 98 inches total.
It will have plywood build, with one side either decorative finished or possible to add decorative finish. The two I order will sit in the corners of a window wall with only one side exposed, the other attached to the intersecting wall.
The base portion will have one or possibly two doors which open to roll out shelves/drawers able to support canned goods or dinnerware. If they close quietly that would be a plus but not a necessity. The top portion behind a separate door can have an adjustable shelf or not.
I prefer the option to paint the tall cabs white, maybe add the beadboard wallpaper to the exposed side and on the door fronts. Nothing crude looking or unsightly, but sturdy and durable.
Do YOU have such a tall cabinet?
Can you show me a picture of it?
I originally wanted the Rev-A-Shelf roll out pantry which is about 80" tall to go inside the empty framework of such a cabinet. But their wire insert for such a pantry skeleton would be over $1500. I have their products and they are very well built and attractive, but I believe that for $1500 I should be able to get the whole product sitting in my dining room ready to paint and trim out like I want.
Truly, I HOPE I can get both tall cabinets for that price. I would be willing to sacrifice if the engineering of the product was sound.
I checked IKEA, and wanted their tall (high) cabinets, but they do not sell the cabs online with my choice of doors and panels. Frankly, my DH did not want anything which was not WOOD. But I think IKEA would be a great option in our small cottage dining room.
I've checked online Home Depot, Lowes,without much satisfaction. Various cabinet makers have them in their product line, but this could be a pricey way to go.
Please give me some idea of other places to explore. And your personal experience is appreciated too.