Our house has very little kitchen storage, so we are forced to use every space available. There are some existing shelves in the basement that were installed by the previous owner, but they are so deep, front to back, that when canned food, or anything else for that matter, is stacked on them you can't see what everything is.
The existing shelves are 32" deep, far to deep to be practical for the canned food storage that we wanted to use them for.
As you can see from the junk on the shelf to the side they aren't bad for storing bulky items.
The frame for the shelves is about 84" tall and 22" wide that's almost 5 sq. ft. per shelf so it really has a lot of potential, but just doesn't work as is.
This project actually started with the First In First Out rack that is mounted on the end cap of the shelves. It worked great, but just didn't hold enough.
Me getting ready, and part of da shop.
A quick word about safety.
Power saws are sharp. They hurt really bad when you get cut. Don't put body parts near saw blades.
I know that I show my saws without guards and with guards retracted, but I have been doing this for a long time and have a true fear and respect for these tools. I have seen what they can do to the human body, it ain't pretty. I in no way advocate using power tools without proper safety guards, this is just the way I do things. You are responsible for your own actions if you use tools such as the ones portrayed here.