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        I saw a commercial with James Young and he was showing some items to organize your kitchen. I am interested in the pull out that goes back into "never never land" that is usually used for pots and pans storage. Where can I get one of those?
         
        Posts: 1 | Registered: Aug 26, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        I haven't seen the commercial (I never watch them) but it sounds like it's a track mounted rack that slides out and has hooks for pots.

        If so, these have been around for years; TOH showed some as well if I remember correctly. And my father put one in his kitchen back in the 1960s.

        You might try contacting kitchen supply companies, or check in the kitchen remodeling sections of HD or Lowes.

        You might even be able to get some advice by contacting Young through his DIY profile:

        http://www.diynetwork.com/james-young/bio/index.html

        There's a "contact us" link on the right side at the very bottom of the page.
         
        Posts: 1908 | Registered: Oct 06, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        Here is one type, they are not inexpensive: Rev-A-Shelf 2-Tier Metal Pull Out Cabinet Basket

        http://www.lowes.com/pd_364340...ollar%7C1&facetInfo=

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        Posts: 723 | Location: Cary, NC | Registered: Aug 17, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        everybody has some sort of organizer. TV shows have been standardizing on knock-down cabinetry lately, so what you are seeing is probably from Ikea, Cabinets To Go, or The RTA Store online.

        you could fake something up from wood and Euro drawer slides, with a bottom glide for stability.

        you could also go the drawer route, and cut a bottom plate to inset with circles cut to drop your pans into and not even have them clang on movement. lot of fancy cabinetry is starting to use drawers for pans. if you make and paint drop-ins with finger holes, they are removable when they get new pots and pans. don't glue them in.

        we've got too many for me to do that last project. besides, banging plates and pans tell the cats that it's dinner time.

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