Build A Single Narrow Pantry Cabinet
Narrow pantry cabinet is required for homeowners of any size family. They are versatile pieces that are used for items such as costumes, mops and groceries. Building a single pantry cabinet is the best way to start adding storage space to the kitchen. But the versatility of the common pantry grows when connecting two or more to make a big pantry. Since the closet space in the kitchen is always in demand, it makes sense to build several single pantry cabinets as opposed to a large double bed pantry.
How to build a single narrow pantry cabinet. Lay the two pieces of 15- by -84- by- ¾ inch plywood on a worktop. Measure from one end and make marks of 4, 15, 30, 42, 54 and 69 inches on both pieces. Then put the shape square on the marks and draw lines across the 15 inch width of the plywood. And then mark the end of the plywood after 69-inch line as the upper part of the pantry. These are pages of the joint chamber cabinet. And also apply glue to the ends of two of the seven pieces of 15- by -22½-by-¾ inch plywood (shelves). Then put one of the shelves on the underside of the 4-inch line and attach it to the sides of the pantry with 1½-inch drywall screws. Attach the other shelf to the top of the sides.
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Then to build a single narrow pantry cabinet. Apply glue to the ends of the remaining shelves and secure them to the bottom of the remaining lines. Next, apply glue for the exposed edges of the pantry. Set 24-by-84-by-inch plywood on the narrow pantry cabinet and attach it to the cabinet with 4- penny box nails. Then turn the pantry all the way over. And then install the full overlay hinges to the piece of 24- by -84- by- ¾ inch plywood (door) according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Secure the door to the cabinet via the hinges.
Measure from one end of the door and make a mark in the middle and 1 inch from the edge opposite the hinges. Drill a hole on this trademark with the 3/16-inch drill. Insert the screw through the hole from the back of the door and secure the door to the door. Next, apply glue for the exposed edges of the pantry. Set 24-by-84-by-inch plywood on the narrow pantry cabinet and attach it to the cabinet with 4- penny box nails. Turn the pantry all the way over.