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    Brendahere says:

    80% of the time my shelves would stay at a set space. There is however 20% of the time I'd like to change things up. For that reason I think i would go with some kind of adjustable system above the 5 gallon buckets.

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    Lynne Reichenbach says:

    Thank-you for teaching me how, my late Dad built our canning shelves. Not only were the shelves similar to what you have, but Dad also put made doors to cover up the jars. the doors looked like regular cabinet doors. If I remember right, we had four rows in the top cabinet; and then the bottom was just two rows with doors, for other stuff. The other stuff would have been bulk or other items that we didn't use a lot.

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    ffwife1210 says:

    Those are some great looking shelves with great looking food on them! Question 1: How did you anchor the shelves to the wall? Question 2: How much weight do your shelves hold?

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    Tom Kelly says:

    Just a comment about vertical spacing of the shelves. Shallow shelves should be at eye level. It's hard to see a 4 inch jar on a top shelf! The upper shelves should be for taller, preferably lighter objects which will remain visible.

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    Megiddo Eubanks says:

    The kids and I put in new shelving made from leftover pallet wood and scraps we had on hand. We did it all with hand tools and it took roughly four hours for our little closet pantry but man, what a difference! Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂

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    Jen says:

    I can tell you're in construction by trade. The shelving is beautiful, strong, and made just for your family's needs, so that is wonderful! 🙂 I love watching videos from your beautiful family. You guys are awesome!

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