Cabinets & Cabinetry
- While I very much like the basic idea of the drawer beneath the plumbing pipes, without a drawer handle elsewhere, wouldn't the horizontal board on the bottom of the drawer likely end up being used to pull out the drawer; and, if so, as it is currently attached over the ends of the sides, how would it not get pulled loose from the sides or is it attached by hidden hardware; and, If so, what kind?
All of our pullouts are pulled by the horizontal front of the drawer. Since the construction of the drawer is wood, and is secured by dovetail assembly, they handle 100 lbs. fully extended and will not break or fall apart. Hence, the lifetime warranty. For the pullout pictured that mounts beneath the kitchen sink, we use woodscrews (hidden) to fasten the side panels and upper caddy trays, In over 7 years of business, we have never experienced any of our pullouts separating or falling apart when extended from the cabinetry.
Plywood with a polyurethane finish.
- how does it fit?
- Such a good idea! What inspired this design?
Fantastic roll out for under sink provided nothing leaks!
This is a great idea for under the sink. You get to use ALL of the space and won't loose stuff.
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