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where can i find sliding baskets like this for pantry?

Posted by illinigirl (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 20, 13 at 13:27

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thanks. I only found the rev-a-shelf version which I don't care for as much.


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RE: where can i find sliding baskets like this for pantry?

i saw one on kitchenshelves.com site, although options were limited.

Here is a link that might be useful: kitchenshelves


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RE: where can i find sliding baskets like this for pantry?

Houzz's website indicates they are made by California Closets, although I didn't see this item in this finish on CC's own website.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pantry baskets


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RE: where can i find sliding baskets like this for pantry?

If you check out the transFORM website (see caption) you can download their catalog. Nice organization, but I don't know if you can buy piece-meal or not. Let us know!

Here is a link that might be useful: transFORM closets


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RE: where can i find sliding baskets like this for pantry?

I ordered the Rev-a-Shelf ones because they came with a plastic liner. That way, if the food rots and I don't notice (this has happened to me), the basket won't get ruined. Not sure if all the other ones have that feature.


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RE: where can i find sliding baskets like this for pantry?

thanks everyone. Good to hear positive reviews on the rev-a-shelf version. looking at them again close up, the rev-a-shelf look pretty sturdy. I did like the others because you could see what's in there.....but I don't know how necessary that is since I'm only planning on one or two of them.

thanks again


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