With some web-spiration, a 3D-Printer on hand and some empty space next to the fridge, I decided to make a roll out pantry.
3D-Printer + filament
Supplies (as seen):
(2) 2x6x8 construction lumber
(1) 3/16x4x8 plywood
(1) 3/4x4x4 plywood (scrap used)
(8) Dowel rods (as shelf holders and railings)
(3) 1/4"x6 Quarter round molding
(14) #6 3/4" Flathead Screws (for dowel railing holders)
(2) #6 32x3 Machine Screws with nut (for handle)
(38) 1" Wood screws (for casters and scrap pieces to hold backing)
(6) Scrap pieces of wood (can use leftovers from the 2x6x8 pieces)
(48) Finishing nails (guess, not sure how many used)
(2) Quarts of paint
Straight Edge (square)
Kreg R3 Jr. Kit
Dowel Rod Jig Kit
Hacksaw Blade (off the hacksaw)
Step 1: Measure out your space
First you'll need to measure out your space, as everyone's may be a little different. I didn't want my pantry being taller than the fridge and I wanted the pantry to be flush with the fixed wall on the side, so take that into account as well.
In my case I had 6 1/2" x 29" to play with so I purchased two pieces of 2x6x8 construction lumber (as the measured size is 1 1/2" x 5 1/2") and cut them into (2) 26" boards and (2) 66" boards. My fridge is about 5" taller than 5' (66") but that gives me room for my casters.