Our bus conversion kitchen is coming together nicely. The lower cabinets are installed and our gorgeous wood countertops. Before we dive into working on the upper cabinets (which we will custom make to fit the curve of the ceiling) we had one small space to make use of between the cabinets and fridge.
We had about 5 inches of space there and no space can go wasted in a tiny home. Don found the perfect solution for 5 inch pull out shelves from Rev-A-Shelf, with a Tray Divider Pullout Cabinet which we will use to store a step stool and some cleaning supplies and a Shelf Pullout Cabinet to use as a pantry for spices and other bulk goods.
We screwed the bottom cabinet for cleaning supplies straight into the floor. It comes with soft close slides so we will just add a door front in a matching white color. We devised a plan to build support to secure the pantry cabinets above it. This will be part of a larger project as its support will be built into the upper kitchen cabinets. We decided to not get started on that quite yet as it was time for us to head out on vacation.
We are not winter people, so we decided we needed to take a break from the cold and left for the island of Eleuthera. Some fun in the sun and our own private beach, turned out to be exactly what we needed.
We share our adventures on the island of Eleuthera
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