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South Shore Axess 4-Shelf Pantry Storage, Pure White
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- Plastic handles in a Metallic Gray finish
- Designed to maximize storage in all the rooms of your home
- Closed storage spaces, perfect for food and kitchen accessories
- Made in North America with non-toxic laminated particleboard
- Accessories not included, 5-year quality guarantee
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Are you short of storage space in your kitchen? This elegant and practical food storage pantry is the perfect fit for your needs. The storage spaces make it ideal for putting away food as well as kitchen accessories. And you have 4 doors for greater functionality and easier access to contents. Plastic handles in a Metallic Gray finish. Designed to maximize storage in all the rooms of your home. Closed storage spaces, perfect for food and kitchen accessories. Small upper doors conceal 2 storage spaces separated by an adjustable shelf. Large lower doors conceal 3 storage spaces separated by 2 adjustable shelves. Each adjustable shelf can support a weight up to 15 pounds. 4 doors, for easier access. Shelf #1 dimensions: 23.5'' (L) x 11.5'' (D). Accessories not included. Requires complete assembly by 2 adults (tools not included). 23.5'' (W) x 11'' (D) x 61.9'' (H). Box dimensions: 46'' (L) x 24'' (W) x 4.5'' (H), 71 lb. Packaging tested and certified to reduce the risk of damage during shipment. Made in North America with non-toxic laminated particleboard. 5-year quality guarantee. Any questions? Contact South Shore, the manufacturer, available 7/7 by phone, email or chat.
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I'm 55 and not very strong but I put these together myself. The boxes are quite heavy, delivery left them at the gate. I needed help getting them up to the second floor where I live. Too heavy to carry so we opened the boxes and took out the pieces and carried them upstairs. I covered my dining room table with towels and sheets to protect it and used that to assemble the pantries. I have bad knees so working on the floor was not an option.
Everything went pretty easily. 80% of the construction is just popping the correct hardware into the correct slots, fitting pieces together and tightening with a screwdriver. I assembled the units without doors and shelves the first day. Once the first one was finished and you knew what needed to be done the second one was finished in almost half the time. The next day I installed all the hardware on the doors and attached them. They came out okay, not perfectly straight. Both left-side top doors have a tiny gap at the top. I think if I had somebody stronger helping we might have gotten them straightened out better but I'm fine with how they came out.
I don't love the backing as it's almost just like thick cardboard but it's in two pieces held together by tape. Not the greatest but if they had one solid piece they would have needed a bigger box, so I get it. I reinforced the back with some strong package tape I had. Also, you can't hammer the bottom of the top, cabinet backing because the bottom is on a solid piece, not particle board. They give you screws but no holes to screw them in. I just fudged it with more of my tape to hold it down. If it doesn't hold I can always have someone come and drill some holes for me. Be careful when nailing on the backing. The nails are tiny but if you go too close to the outer edge and the nail is crooked it will punch through the board. Made that mistake once or twice! Also if you go too far the other direction the nail will miss the edge of the unit and poke through on the inside.
Overall they look good in the kitchen, and while the shelves are not real deep it's enough to store everything I need. Adjustable shelves are great so you can make one shelf tall for things like cereal boxes or just divide them however suits you best. The shelves can't hold more than 15 pounds but there really isn't enough room to stack a lot. I just split up the heavy stuff like canned goods so they aren't all on one shelf.
I'm pretty happy with them. Cleaned up the kitchen nicely and two of them are plenty of extra storage for my outdated kitchen. Lots of room for my baking ingredients!
Assembly was easier than IKEA furniture. It says do it with 2 people but I had no problem doing it alone, and I'm a 5'3 female. The shelf just isn't that big.
- The instructions refer to each piece by letter. The letter is printed on one of the sides of each board! This saves a lot of time
- When you're nailing on the back, it says to add 3 screws. Make sure you use the short ones!! The longer ones will push through to the other side (oops)
- It says not to use a power drill but I ended up using a low power one when attaching the doors because it was hard to reach with a screwdriver. Worked great.
- If your doors don't line up, this can be fixed pretty easily. There is a diagram in the instructions that shows you which screws to loosen on the hinges. Just loosen them a little, move the door where you want it to go and screw them back in.