Need ideas on storing our spices
#17
So I store mine in a deeper drawer underneath the countertop. The bottles just sit vertically and I have a label on top of each. You might be able to rotate this 90 degrees and do something like that. Except instead of stacking them have a series of shelves, maybe with grooves in then to stop the bottles from rolling.
The shelves would obviously not need to be very deep. But you could make multiple levels/depths where they could slide back and forth to access the ones behind. Like with a sliding till in a tool chest. Or the spices are in front and can slide to the side to access storage in the back.

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#18
I've made a couple Ala David Marks. This one is about 2 x 2. The other, very similar but 2 x 4. The photo is too large for here.


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#19
Another option would be vertical drawers that slide out. This webpage has pictures of plastic versions of what I'm talking about.

https://app.tersurat.com/designs

Might be easier than my earlier suggestion.

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#20
Everyone:

A drawer is not and option. Hanging a shelf on the side isn’t an option either. Otherwise I would have noted it in my original post, no?

I’ve started making the inserts for the spices per my crude drawing
Dumber than I appear
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#21
Put them in an upper cabinet, very reachable. Make it as wide as you need it. Can also shelve both sides instead of one side like the one's I made. Use 12" ball brg slides, top and bottom. Shelves are adjustable.

I made this for our cabs I made.

   

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(01-14-2023, 07:01 PM)Dumb_Polack Wrote: Everyone:

A drawer is not and option.  Hanging a shelf on the side isn’t an option either.  Otherwise I would have noted it in my original post, no?

I’ve started making the inserts for the spices per my crude drawing

I think threads like this change from a very specific solution to 'general' solutions that others have found useful.  All these replies that seem to be irritating you might be helpful to somebody else.  
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