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24x84x18 in. Pantry Cabinet in Unfinished Oak

  • 2 large storage areas to store kitchen/bathroom items
  • Unfinished surface is ready for paint or stain
  • Natural maple-laminated interior for easy cleaning

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The 24 in. Utility Cabinet is a practical, stylish storage solution for your kitchen, laundry, office or other home area. Featuring a sturdy composite box and a solid wood door frame, this utility cabinet has 2 storage drawers that help you store lots of household items. Ready for a coat of paint or stain, the cabinet's natural oak doors have a recessed-panel design that offers a classic appearance.

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  • Composite box is sturdy
  • Solid oak doors create a stylish appearance
  • Recessed-panel door design for a classic look
  • Solid wood door frame with an oak-veneer flat insert panel
  • Pre-configured and fully assembled for your convenience
  • Great choice for the kitchen, laundry room, garage, office or bathroom
  • CARB compliant
  • Unfinished surface is ready for paint or stain
  • Natural maple-laminated interior for easy cleaning
  • Limited 1-year warranty
  • Epoxy drawer glides
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It says that toe kick are not included. Does that mean that we have to build the pedestal box for a toe kick? or is it referring to the toe kick trim?

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No It is referring to toe kick trim.
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January 11, 2015
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There is a built in set back for the kick plate. I simple installed a piece of molding for a finished look...easy!
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November 12, 2014
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The toe kick pedestal is there, but it does need trim.
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November 4, 2014
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The carcases sit on a pedestal, but you will need to buy either a pre-made toekick piece, of cut your own from plywood. The pedestal, like the rest of the carcase except for the face and door, is made of presswood.
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October 26, 2014
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The trim
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This is just referring to the trim only.
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could a small micro wave work in the top of the pantry

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October 26, 2014
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Probaby~it would depend on the size of the microwave.
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October 11, 2014
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Yes, but I would cut an opening in the side to feed the cord thru, or have an outlet installed behind it cabinet and cut out the back for it.
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Yes, you would need to drill a hole in the back for access to your electrical outlet. I would place on the bottom shelf as the other shelves have plastic shelf supports and might not handle the weight.
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a small microwave might fit - BUT it is only one big door on the upper portion and I would think it would be dangerous
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October 22, 2013
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yes. It would have to hook up electrically through a new hole in the cabinet.
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September 5, 2013
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Hi Grandmah, while it would be nice to have the microwave out of the way, you should not operate the unit in a closed space. The microwave needs to have ventilation. This would be a very dangerous practice.
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Does this cabinet take stain on the SIDE of the cabinet?

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August 2, 2013
I read on the reviews for 18" pantry that people were not able to stain the sides. It obviously caused problems. I was wondering if anyone had the same issue with this particular pantry?
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You can buy stainable side panels, but the carcase sides, toekick pedestals, backs, and so forth are presswood, so you cannot stain them. I wouldn't even paint them, really.
You could also buy 1/4" oak plywood and cut out your own side panels, toekicks, etc.
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No. It is unfinished particle board. It will take paint, but be sure and sand it smooth first. I actually covered the side of mine with bead board, and it looks great.
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You would have to purchase the side panel, which is sold separately. I think it is around $20 per side. I used beadboard since that is what I have on my walls. My cabinet is painted.
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DOES NOT Stainable to look like wood. I was able to hide it between a wall and cabinet.
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It is not stainable because it is particle board on each side. You can cure that problem by installing a wooden skin (1/8" veneer) over the particle board.
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August 4, 2013
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Buy some thin oak veneer for the side and cut it to fit then stain that...
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How deep are the two drawers?

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Two 20in wide x 3ins deep
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The interior cabinet depth is 16.625
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The drawers are 15" deep and about 18 3/4" wide. These are inside dimensions.
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24x84x18 in. Pantry Cabinet in Unfinished Oak is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Pantry Solution We purchased two of these cabinets to use as pantries in our 1940's remodeled 900 sq. ft. home. With space at a premium and no storage to speak of we wanted something stylish, roomy and durable. These cabinets met all our requirements. The wood finish is lovely and took stain extremely well - only a light sanding was needed. Installation was fast and easy. The cabinets are well made and very sturdy. We added an additional shelf to each upper half and changed out the plastic clips for metal ones - just a precaution since we are storing heavy canned goods on the shelves. Very pleased with the product and the results we achieved. Recommended for all your storage needs.
Date published: 2010-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Kitchen Pantry Cabinet My son-in-law installed the cabinet with no problems. The direction the door opened was changed. I then sanded, primed and painted the cabinet to match the existing cabinets in my 1954 ranch house. I am going to purchase the 18" wide cabinet and the over the refrigerator cabinet to give the refrigerator a built in look. I put beadboard on the side since that is the product that was on the walls. It looks like it has always been there. I have had my cabinet over a year and it is very sturdy. No problems with the plastic shelf supports and it has canned goods on the shelves. I purchased a rack for the bottom and it stores my baking pans.
Date published: 2014-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect enclosed storage We recently removed a built-in desk and book shelf unit that was originally built in our fifty plus year old house, and installed three of these cabinets side by side. We added the trim panel on one end, and installed the toe kick, and then stained and sealed the entire unit. It turned out very nice, and gave us a lot of storage space in our kitchen/dining area. We will be adding pull-out shelves on the bottom section of each cabinet for easier access. The drawer glides will probably need to be upgraded soon, which will be fairly easy to do. Overall, an easy project to install, and they look great.
Date published: 2012-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent cabinet I needed storage for the guest room. My husband and I installed 3 of these cabinets side by side then secured them to each other and to the wall. They are very study. I've attached a kick plate across the bottom. A light sanding and applied two coats of Benjamin Moore White Cloud paint and attached dusted nickel hardware. Absolutely beautiful. My drawer glides are smooth and sturdy. These cabinets receive daily use and look as good now as they did 3 years ago. I love them so much that I came back to look for this same product to make a 3 cabinet pantry for my kitchen...I couldn't be happier that they still carry them!
Date published: 2015-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product for price I bought 2 of these pantries and placed them side by side, reversed the way the door opens on one of them so it appears they both open from middle. Works nicely with existing cabinets. Very sturdy and roomy. I still have to stain. The one negative feature is there could be more shelves. (comes with 2 adjustible shelves on tops, no adjustible shelf for bottom). I added shelves on my own to top and bottom. I love the drawers. I needed more drawers in my kitchen. Very happy with this product.
Date published: 2013-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I wanted it to do...give a built -into the wall look Quailty was just as I expected.. needed to match the stain with stock cabinets and they worked out well.
Date published: 2013-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it needs to do! We purchased this cabinet to match our existing 80's cabinets we revamped. We painted this white to match. I did a fine sand behr paint/primer about 3 total coats and another find sanding between the 2nd and 3rd coat. came out great. The sides are not finished, BUT they are not ' rough' where the texture is different form the front. I do advise you to check out all the cabinets for any damages. We had about 4 options and my husband inspected all 4 for the best option. There were two manufacturing issues one including excess glue, and a dent in the door inside the cabinet door. We aren't perfect, neither is my house... so wasn't a big deal. For the price we were good.. if you are real picky... go custom.
Date published: 2014-11-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the design...However, you get what you pay for I couldn't find this size at any other place. I loved the 24" width and most other pantries were 18" wide and 24" deep...which means losing stuff way in the back :) When they say these are unfinished, they mean it! They need to be sanded with fine grit sandpaper, and the sides are only particle board, so you have to buy the $21/each veneers if the sides will be showing. After sanding, we primed 2 coats and painted 2 coats of kitchen-quality paint. It took 15+ hours from applying veneer, sanding, priming, painting, mounting, etc to get them done. If you don't want much work and can afford more, pick cabinets that are already finished and you'll only have to mount them :) I bought 2 of these and placed them next to each other.....and I took the advice of someone else and switched the hinges on one pantry so that both cabinets open from the middle and give it more of a custom (and usable) feel. There are 3 adjustable shelves on top, 2 draws that are about 3" deep (about 1" more shallow than my current kitchen drawers), and there are no shelves on the bottom. I went out and bought more pegs to add more shelving to the top part, and we're going to put some shelving down below too. All in all, I love the storage! These are so much cheaper than other places, but you also have to realize that it's not high grade anything...it's cheap oak and thin panel doors. Each cabinet in the store has some kind of ding or defect, so don't expect to walk in to do a store that only has 1 or 2 in stock and find a perfect condition cabinet. The pantry cabinet on the floor had so many defects that I wasn't even going to ask for a discount to buy it b/c it would take too much work to fix it up. I would recommend these cabinets but only for those that want to do lots of work.
Date published: 2013-11-04
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