|Forum topic by LearningAsIGo||posted 03-20-2011 11:33 PM||2834 views||1 time favorited||2 replies|
03-20-2011 11:33 PM
I would like to create two drawers (similar to this) to fit inside a 30” base cabinet in my kitchen. The base cabinet is similar to this. From what I can tell the cabinet is made out of laminated particle board. There is a piece in the middle of the two doors which I would like to remove and am hoping is not structural in anyway. Can anyone provide input on that? Is it solely to stop the doors? Because the doors also overlap the face frame so that would not be a problem.
If I create these drawers from 1/2” baltic birch plywood using kreg screws to assemble them, do you think that can hold the weight of pots and pans?
And what type of drawer slides should I use that can support that weight? I would rather not use bottom mount slides.
Thanks for any help in advance.