We offer both kits in which you fabricate your own sides, or complete garages that are ready to assemble. With everything from stainless steel to the standard white polymer, we have what you are looking for. They are very versatile and can be installed in both upper and lower cabinets as well as pantries.
We carry a great variety of materials, sizes and finishes to suit any application or style from contemporary to traditional.
You are sure to find one that exactly suits your needs.Choose from several wood species to match your existing cabinetry for a custom look.
Whether you prefer the beauty of maple wood, the modern style of chrome, or the practicality of white wire, we have the perfect solution to suit your needs.
Build A DIY Appliance Garage ‹ Build Basic by build-basic.comThough the door doesn’t slide back quite as smoothly as with the fancy hardware, it’s a viable cost-saving option. Using a pneumatic nail gun and 5/8 inch finish nails, secure the panel in place. Adjust the pieces until they’re flush with the edges of each panel.
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Be careful to avoid the locations of the pocket hole screws. For reference, place a crosspieces flush with the top edge of each wall, one flush with the bottom edge of each walls, and the other two 2 ¾ from the top and bottom edges. Position the outside edge of each leg of the face frame flush with the face of the side wall, and then secure it by shooting 1 ¼ inch finish nails through the leg and into the front edge of each wall. Apply a bead of wood glue to the exposed back of the trim pieces. Position the board so that it is tight against the outside edge of each panel. Place the panel side of each hinge flush with the edge of the block and inside the line as shown. Using the instructions provided with the hinges, position an even gap between the door and the slider block. These brackets will slide along the inside edges of the wall frame to keep the door from tipping as it slides. Using a nail gun and 1 ¼ inch finish nails, attach the panel to the 2x4s. With the panels facing outward, position the 2x4s 1 ¼ inch from each wall. Using a nail gun, secure the block by nailing through the face frame and into the block using 1 ¼ inch finish nails.
The layering of thin boards to create the paneled walls and doors is easy, but creating tight joints requires precision cuts. Boards to frame the walls and make the crosspieces and stop block. Using a nail gun a 5/8 inch finish nails, nail through the trim pieces and into the perimeter of the panels so that the nails sink through the panel and into the 1×2 frame. Apply wood glue to the front edge of the crosspiece, position the remaining piece of the face frame between the vertical legs, and nail it in place flush with the top edge of the legs. Place the ¼ x 3 trim pieces on the frame so that the shorter pieces set between the longer pieces and flush with the edges of the frame, as shown. Nail the board in place on each door using a nail gun a 5/8 inch finish nails. Drill pilot holes and attach the hinges using the screws provided. Drill pilot holes and attach the hinges to the doors using the provided screws. Mark the placement on the crosspieces and remove the inside walls. Align the centerlines and clamp the block in place behind the face frame.
Kitchen Appliance Garage by ikeahackers.netWe absolutely love the clean lines and fresh look of this appliance garage. The only negative would have to be that the door hinges don’t allow the door to go up quite as high as we would like.
In retrospect we would have also done some custom lighting under the lower appliance garage and under the 4 shelves. Could you put the appliances on the second set of shelfs?
Or changing the door hinge to allow it to swing up flush with the cabinet above to get it out of the way. I think these cabinets are the most practical for upper cabinets which will be my choice for my next kitchen.
We finished off the project by siliconing the edges for a clean and professional look. It is still a functional unit, you just wouldn’t want to stand and food process or blend all day as access to the appliances isn’t perfect.
What Is An Appliance Garage Why You Need One and How To by kenyarae.comIn my old house, we had a pantry that housed all of those things and kept them out of site. An appliance garage is a nifty little space where you can store countertop appliances and other things out of site and pull them out when needed. I don’t have the corner cabinet like this cabinet install has. If you saw all the appliances on my kitchen counter top you’d laugh!
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I would pay extra for all the other ones to have that same feature!
My can opener has a cord that winds into it at the push of a button.
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Kits are fine sanded and ready for you to finish the side walls, face frame, and the door. To cut down in depth, you would cut depth off the backs of the side walls. To cut down in width, you will need to trim down the width of the door. Hickory is just not as popular of a wood in kitchens are are oak, maple, and cherry. Unfinished and fine sanded, ready for you to clear coat, stain, or paint. Appliance garages and replacement parts for them are stocked by us.