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Vertical divider - add on

Posted by hags00 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 18:16

Moved last week, love my new kitchen but missing my 9" wide base that I stored all my cookie sheets and cutting boards in. I was thinking my over the fridge cabinet was a good place for that since at my height, I can only reach in the first couple inches of it anyway.

No dividers in it, does anyone have any suggestions for add on products that I can create a couple vertical dividers with?


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RE: Vertical divider - add on

I used these over my oven. They're not pretty but work well enough. Probably find them cheaper elsewhere--they are Sunbeam brand.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.leevalley.com/US/hardware/page.aspx?p=58095&cat=3,43722,43743&ap=1


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I got inexpensive tray dividers from Walmart temporarily until I could get the more expensive ones. They worked so well that I never bothered to get the expensive ones!

In my case, it took 3 of them to span the space above my ovens. When I realized how well they worked, I got two more - one for my cutting boards (under my corner prep sink utilizing one side of the black hole corner cabinet) and one for my only cast-iron pan and pizza stones (utilizing the other black hole corner!)

Tray & Platter Storage, Cabinet Above the Ovens, 31


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RE: Vertical divider - add on

I have the chrome version of buehl's - bought them at Bed, Bath and Beyond. They work very well - one of the best organized features of my kitchen.

Helene


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Here is a link that might be useful: Store Link


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I used the same white vinyl over wire ones. I like them a lot.

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