Since cabinets are nothing more than empty boxes with some shelves, you will need more from an organizer in order to actually keep items inside separate. Made of steel and chrome, the rack comes with heavy-duty tracks to support the weight and ensures smooth movement throughout the length of the rail.
If your kitchen cabinets are overflowing with snacks and dried goods, this 14 x 6-inch drawer organizer is an attractive and practical storage solution. Made of thick plastic that's a breeze to wipe clean, this divided bin keeps food organized and within reach.
Everything from snack bags, canned goods, and extra sauces and condiments will fit perfectly with room to spare. The built-in dividers can be removed if you prefer one large space instead of smaller compartments, and the handles are easy to grab when you need to clean or refill the bin.
Budget organizers are usually cheap, poorly built plastic dividers or shelves that won’t stand up to the normal abuse consistent cooking can bring. The Main Brothers Stackable organizer is a simple solution that is perfect for use in cabinets, pantries or elsewhere around the kitchen.
When used in pairs, the organizers stack on top of each other, creating sub-shelf space for smaller items like spices and utensils. A good spice rack like the Coco Non-Skid 3-Tier is a must-have for anyone who regularly enhances their food with a little of extra taste and flavor.
Corner cabinets present a unique challenge for organization since they aren’t a perfect square or rectangle. Most corner units still provide ample space to store things, but their footprint can make storage an awkward process.
The Closet maid 8-Tier provides an additional section of storage by placing shelves connected to a rack right on the door of the pantry. The rack can fit over the door frame of a pantry, so you don’t have to mount the unit with screws or nails.
With eight separate levels, each shelf can be moved up and down along the vertical rails to set the specific height. Alternatively, you can also mount the vertical rails directly to the wall with the appropriate screws, studs, and/or anchors.
If you find yourself wishing you could better organize small items, like cans of soup or boxes of rice or pasta, you could benefit from these wire drawers from Closeted. Place at least $400 in qualifying items in your cart from thousands of products site wide.
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Orders of $75 and more: You pay no shipping fees (UPS or FedEx ground) to anywhere in the continental United States. The actual shipping charge (which at minimum is $24) will be calculated during checkout and is based on the order total.
All taxes and customs duties are listed at checkout and collected along with your order payment. Freight shipping may be required for heavy or oversized items, which includes large lighting fixtures and furniture.
Freight shipping takes 7-10 business days, in addition to any lead time stated on the product page. NOTE: Some manufacturers may require additional lead time for shipments to Canada.
You'll receive an email with your expected shipping time frame if this is the case with your order. So Bruce cleaned the pipe and fittings using TSP (Disodium Phosphate), followed by a rinse and left out to dry.
Jacob installed this railing for one of his customers to allow easy access up and down the stairs in front of this gorgeous home. “I wanted a railing for my 1880s house that would compliment the feel while still offering stability and style.
The inserts in the railing are made from perforated steel sheet with laser-cut borders which Eric welded on. The railing pictured here was built by Patrick for the steps leading down to a beach at Lake Michigan.
After talking with Michael (Simplified Building Customer Service), I was confident that your product would solve my problem, and it turned out great... It was as easy as Michael Braun said it would be.” The above railing was built by Rob, a resident of Chesapeake, Virginia, for a local boat dock.
The railing is 14 feet long by 36 inches high and ensures people don't slip off the dock. To enhance the look of the railing, Rob painted the pipe and fittings with a white powder coat finish.
This railing was built to provide safety when accessing seating in this gymnasium. There is a guardrail at the front of the seating section as well as a handrail when going upland down the stairs.
An added bonus for using a railing like this here is that it provides an obstruction free view of the court. After searching online, he stumbled across Simplified Building and was able to find a solution that suited his situation perfectly.
All parts arrived on time and the 7' Grab Rails were the perfect length. All we needed was twelve 2" x 1/2" lag screws to mount the uprights to 2" x 6" sections of our steps.
The railing extends to the ceiling, not only to provide additional support, but to accent the modern feel of the room. This railing was installed by Anthony for the front steps to his family's summer cottage.
His elderly mother-in-law had trouble climbing the stairs and Anthony was concerned for her safety. Anthony appreciated the sturdiness of the railing and told us that he ultimately went with this kit because it was quick, easy, and he wouldn't have to replace it in his lifetime.
Bob needed to build a railing that could be easily mounted to the stone wall of this curved staircase. Using See Lamp fittings and pipe, Chris was able to build this railing for the loft in his daughter's playroom.
I purchased some See Lamps along with some galvanized pipe, painted them white and installed the railing to keep my girls safe from falling off above. The end result is a great looking, custom balcony railing that was relatively easy for the owners to build.
Wood is a very popular material for building accessibility ramps to businesses. However, the one problem with a wooden ramp is that the wood railings do not meet the ADA standard for handrails.
She had done some research on threaded pipe fittings but found that they were difficult to use and line up correctly. To match the aesthetic in her kitchen and living room, the railing was painted a copper color.
It can be easy to associate pipe and fittings with the industrial aesthetic, which is often imagined as aged, rustic, run down, or in other words, less than perfect visually.