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Motorhome Model Hints and Tips >> Murvi Motorhomes
I've been looking at putting drawers into the wardrobe...
I'm either going to mount a drawer using a pair of those runners for keyboard shelves used in computer tables. I'd mount the runner to the underside of a shelf. Or, my wife's suggestion, is to use two, flat, drawer runners under each drawer attached to the top of each shelf. Though I'll have to ensure that the runners can bear weight when mounted horizontally and extended.
Shelves are either going to be made by me, simple MDF or plastic ones from Lakeland or scavenged from an old Argos draw set.
I think it could work. Pulling a drawer out and looking down on clothes would be much easier than bending down in from of the cupboard and pulling various shoe boxes out.
And I agree about that high cupboard by the sliding door. We can't get any sort of box to fit so it gets used as storage for binoculars and a couple of wildlife books.
I'll look at making the shelves easy to remove, good tip that hiker.
After searching high and low I have finally found a set of drawer runners that look like they will work in the wardrobe.
I first found these...Drawers are Us
But as we have bought the baskets I traced the slide's manufacturer.
The model numbers are:
950SSL600 24” - DT600mm x CT600mm
950SSL550 22” - DT550mm x CT550mm
950SSL500 20” - DT500mm x CT500mm
950SSL450 18” - DT450mm x CT450mm
950SSL400 16” - DT400mm x CT400mm
950SSL350 14” - DT350mm x CT350mm
950SSL300 12” - DT300mm x CT300mm
950SSL250 10” - DT250mm x CT250mm
These look ideal for screwing to a shelf for mounting a basket between, maybe on a piece of 3mm hardwood as a base.
I'm just checking whether he'll ship to the UK.