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Utensil Pull-out

Posted by lmsscs (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 5, 13 at 10:31

I'm hoping I may get some ideas on how best do build my utensil pullout. I am putting a 9" pull-out next to my cooktop that I would like to use as a utensil pull-out to replace the 2 crocks I currently keep on the counter. From all the research I have done I plan to use 3 Bain Marie pots in the pull-out.
Here is an example:

However, I'm struggling to figure out what exactly I need to order. We are ordering Brookhaven cabinets, however their pull-out has the top shelf fixed, so that won't work. I was planning to order a frameless cabinet with the door not attached, now I need to figure out what guts to purchase.

Rev a shelf has a Blumotion version 448-BCSC-6C or 448-BC-6C version that seems like it may work, but it has side rails that may get in the way.

I would be happy to build my own box for the bain maries, but I just don't know what slides to use for it. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

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RE: Utensil Pull-out

I want to do one of those too. There was a thread recently that I have linked below. On it a poster showed her/his pull-out for utensils. I posed some questions and she/he explained further how it worked. If your questions are not answered by the thread you might try emailing the poster (or even bumping up the thread with a question).

Good luck. I hope you will tell us how you solve the cabinet issue.

Here is a link that might be useful: Thread for cabinet organizers

RE: Utensil Pull-out


Thank you for the post. I had seen that post, but I was looking for a more permanent installation.

RE: Utensil Pull-out

I thought the utensil pull-out in that thread was a permanent installation. Hope you find a good solution.


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