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Rev-A-Shelf BF-3C 3-Inch Base Cabinet Filler Pullout Kitchen Wooden Spice Rack Holder Shelves for Storage Organization

Rev-A-Shelf BF-3C 3-Inch Base Cabinet Filler Pullout Kitchen Wooden Spice Rack Holder Shelves for Storage Organization


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  • MAXIMIZE YOUR SPACE: Rev-A-Shelf's fillers revolutionized otherwise wasted space in your kitchen. Normally a "filler" or extra space is simply covered up with a decorative front, but with Rev-A-Shelf's line of fillers, it turns that otherwise wasted space into useful space. Fillers are intended to be installed in new kitchen cabinet construction and will not work in existing cabinets
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Attractive wood construction with durable clear finish, chrome rail accents, and lb full-extension ball-bearing slides
  • INSTALLATION: Comes fully assembled and ready to install in new kitchen cabinet construction; Fillers do not go inside of a cabinet, they install in-between cabinets; Once installed simply attach your matching panel or door; Adjustable door mount brackets are included and required for operation
  • DIMENSIONS: 3"W x 23"D x 30"H; Designed for exactly a 3-inch opening that is inches tall
  • INCLUDES: 1 wood filler, 3 adjustable shelves with chrome rails, and mounting hardware; Door mount brackets are also included
Product Dimensions23 x 3 x 30 inches ( x x cm)
Item model numberBF-3C
Shelf TypeWood
Mounting TypeThreaded holes
Room TypeKitchen
Finish TypeLacquered
Included Components(1) Wood filler, (3) adjustable shelves with Chrome rails and mounting hardware
Model Name3" Base Filler Pullout
Furniture FinishChrome


Rev-A-Shelf BF-3C 3-Inch Base Cabinet Filler Pullout Kitchen Wooden Spice Rack Holder Shelves for Storage Organization

Customer Questions & Answers

  • Question: what is the size/ length of the actual shelves?

    Answer: Thank you for your question. The shelf is " D x " W.
  • Question: Does the decorative front come on the pull-out? As seen in the picture? Is it finished or unfinished?

    Answer: No, you provide finish piece for front.
  • Question: What are the dimensions?

    Answer: Thanks for your interest in our products. This unit has the following dimensions 3"W X 23"D X 30"H.
  • Question: Can it be fully removed once installed? I mean like a usual drawer can.

    Answer: It can be removed like a drawer, but there are 3 (three) slides and 3 latches you have to undo, so it's not super easy to do. One slide latch is on top and there are two slide latches on each side underneath. Once I figured out where the slides where under the piece it was fairly easy to get out, but it took two people to re-attach as one slide or another (underneath the piece) would try to "slide" back in before I got it reattached.
  • Question: Can the shelf heights be adjusted once installed? We have one of these in a house we bought and want to change the heights

    Answer: YEs I have one installed, shelves can be moved up/down every 1 inch
  • Question: I'm interested in the advertised 6" filler pullout, but I need "exact dimensions" for the mechanism. I have a 5 5/8 opening. Is the pullout truly 6" ?

    Answer: My opening is 4 1/2". I installed it wihout trouble. My face plate is 4 3/8" and is screwed to the 2 3/4" pull-out wood chassis.
  • Question: What is your return policy?

    Answer: You’re not talking to the sellerI’m just a customer who purchased it, handed it to guy who was updating my kitchen, and asked him if he could make it work.
  • Question: is this a natural wood color or dark brown?

    Answer: It's a light natural wood color, it has a coating, like a light varnish It's all the interior, the exterior will be whatever door you put on it
  • Question: I have a cabinet 4inch wide and 30 high. could this be fitted in that cabinet as it has 2 solid sides?

    Answer: it will fit in your space the exact measurement of the base is 3 inches wide by 30 inches tall theyre really nice hoope this help
  • Question: This only shows pictures of it being used between lower cabinets. Can it be used between uppers?

    Answer: Thanks for your interest in our products. This unit (BF-3C) was designed to be a Base Filler (lower cabinet). You would want to look at our Wall Fillers (upper cabinet). Check out WF-3C.

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Be•• ••re

October 19,

Shelves are adjustable to fit most sized spice jars or condiments

Had to have a carpenter install because of its location. All that is left to do is paint to match my cabinets. I did have him make an extra shelf.

Jo•• ••ne

October 13,

Am•• ••er

October 4,

Not for new construction

This is not for new construction, I had to create a base for it to set onto. Great function ans really provides a lot of storage

An•• ••ns

September 30,

Perfect way to fill unused space between cabinets!

Very well made, slides so smoothly. Fills that unused gap between our new cabinets perfectly so we have no wasted space in our small kitchen. Very easy to install yourself!

Gr•• ••ts

September 18,

Measurements slightly misleading

This product is made well and costs 1/3 less than buying with cabinets. I purchased the 3 inch cabinet. Yes its 3 inches but the inside is not so only specific spice bottles will fit. It does work as a spice cabinet and has three tiers for the spices. There is a thick round chrome rail on both sides to hold the spices in place as the cabinet is pull out and push back in. I think if they used a flat rail it would give a little bit more room to hold a pint size canning jar or some of the wider spice containers many of us buy. Would I buy it again, yes I do like the convivence and the practicality just wish was a true 3 inch inside.

ha•• ••ck

August 23,

The size for the space I needed

Very sturdy and was easy to install along side refrigerator

do•• ••n

August 12,


Great product, showed up in perfect shape. I'd buy it again.

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Are you looking to update your kitchen cabinets? There&#;s more to it than choosing the colors and styles you like.

Knowing what sizing options are available and what fits best in your kitchen is an essential aspect of remodeling.

Here&#;s a simple, complete guide to your basic kitchen cabinet dimensions so you can figure out what size is best for you.

Kitchen Cabinet Dimensions:

Sure, it&#;s fun to tinker around with different ideas for cabinet colors, styles, or materials. However, when it comes down to it, if you don&#;t get the cabinet dimensions right, they&#;re going to look funky and likely be non-functional.

This guide provides a list of standard cabinet dimensions. Unless you have ultra-customized cabinetry in mind, this will list the basic dimensions you&#;re most often going to be choosing from.

Wall Cabinets Dimensions

These are the cabinets attached above counters and not touching the ground. They are generally used for storing lightweight kitchenware or food and attach directly to your kitchen walls via studs.

Wall cabinets set the tone for your kitchen as they are eye level and used most often. These tend to be the more fun cabinets as you can add lighting, glass, and other features to add more personality to your kitchen.

Now down to the dimensions:

  • Height- 12, 15, 18, 24, 30, 36, and 42 inches.
      • Wall cabinet heights are typically limited as they must fit between kitchen countertops and ceilings. You will find the heights for these listed as, 12&#;, 15&#;, 18&#;, 24&#;, 30&#;, 36&#;, and 42&#;.
  • inch cabinets are those you place above a fridge.
  • Width- inches.
    • Standard width for a single or double door wall cabinet is generally available in widths from 9&#; to 36&#;, we carry them in increments of 3&#; (i.e., 9&#;, 12&#;, 15&#;).
  • Depth- inches.
    • Standard wall cabinets are generally 24 inches in depth.

Tall Cabinets Dimensions

These are what you find for pantries or broom closets. They are less common but very helpful when they are installed correctly. You can choose these in a size long enough to extend from your floor to the ceiling.

Here are tall cabinet basic dimensions:

  • Height- 84, 90, and 96 inches.
      • When it comes to height for these cabinets, you have three options.
  • You can select cabinets to reach from floor to ceiling, or you can have the inch cabinet that leaves about a foot up top between the cabinet and ceiling. This is usually where you add some cuties ceramic rooster or potted plant.
  • Width- 18, 24, and 30 inches.
      • Here, we include 18, 24, and 30 inches.
  • 24 inches is a moderate size that looks good in most kitchens.
    • 30 inches are for those looking to add pull-out drawers or perhaps use the space for more food storage.
  • Depth- 24 inches.
      • Only 24 inches for depth.
      • Deep cabinets are great for keeping food or utilities from getting lost in the dark abyss of your cabinets. They keep items up from and provide easier access.
  • inch cabinets are good for adding pullouts or drawers. You can store sliders or larger boxes in these deep cabinets.

Base Cabinet Dimensions

Don&#;t forget the base cabinets! These sturdy, essential pieces go right on the floor and do the &#;heavy lifting&#; when it comes to storage.

Base cabinets are usually where you store larger kitchen items like that KitchenAid mixer, large pots, and pans, and items you&#;re less likely to pull out every day.

Base cabinets have sinks installed within them. Countertops cover them and they surround stoves and dishwashers. Basically, they are the most expensive counters to install because they are the most versatile and must be the most sturdy.

Simply put, you could design a kitchen without wall or tall cabinets, but you can&#;t do without the base cabinet. But, enough about how vital they are. Let&#;s get down to dimensions:

  • Height, Minus Countertops- inches.
    • Base cabinets can&#;t vary much in height. General design practices and building codes prevent variance in this. Base cabinets must be up to code and that means they must be &#;accessible.&#;
  • Height, Including Countertops- inches.
  • This means that after you add the countertops, a base cabinet can be anywhere between 35 to 36 inches tall.
  • Many designers and installers will quote the old adage, &#;countertops should fit the user.&#; This sometimes results in countertops at 32 inches or as high as 38 inches.
  • Width-  inches (in 3 inch increments).
  • The width of the base cabinets is the most variable dimension. The intended use of the base cabinet influences this decision.
    • Here are a few examples of common uses and their equivalent width:
        • 9, 12, 18 or 24 inches- Good for storing baking pans, spices, pull-outs, or narrow rolling-wracks.
    • 30 inches- Used for single basin sinks.
    • 33 inches- Used for offset sinks, or double basin sinks.
    • 36 inches- Used for double basin sinks.
      • 42 inches- This is the largest width in a base cabinet. Think lazy Susan size or simply something extra large.
  • Depth, Minus Countertops- 24 inches.
  • The depth for base cabinets is the distance from the outer edge of the cabinet to the wall. This means less space inside than the actual number of inches you choose.
  • If you had a deeper cabinet than 24 inches, it would be difficult to reach the back or plug-in appliances.
  • Depth, Including Countertops- inches.
    • Often, countertops hang over the top front of base cabinets to obscure the edges. Depending on the countertop design, this overhang might add an extra inch or two.

Choosing the Kitchen Cabinets for You

Now that you&#;re armed with the basic rundown of standard kitchen cabinet dimensions, on to the more fun aspect of choosing styles and colors!

For ideas on what current styles are &#;in,&#; check out our blog post on 6 popular styles of kitchen cabinets.


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1 out of 5EasyOnly basic woodworking skills are required to construct the pull-out shelf, and the metal drawer slides are easy to install.

Estimated Time

4 to 6 hours

Make the most of your kitchen's storage space by installing a pull-out shelf in one — or all — of the base cabinets. The shelf resembles a shallow drawer that glides out for easy access to items stored in the back of the cabinet.

Our shelf was built for a standard inch-deep by inch-wide base cabinet, but its design is adaptable to virtually any size cabinet. It has a 1x4 pine frame and 3/4-inch birch plywood bottom. If you're only building one or two shelves, you can save some money by going to a home center or lumberyard that sells quarter or half sheets of plywood. And in most cases, they'll even cut the plywood to your dimensions.

If you've never attempted a woodworking project as seemingly complex as this one, don't worry. TOH Master Carpenter Norm Abram created a simplified, straightforward design that can be easily constructed with ordinary tools. Learn how to install a sliding drawers in your kitchen cabinet below.

Wood Pull Out Shelves Overview

Illustration by Gregory Nemec

With a pull-out shelf, the shallow drawer on full-extension slides eliminates the need to get down on your hands and knees to pick through the back of the cabinet in near darkness. Building and installing a retrofit pull-out shelf is actually a simple process, as This Old House master carpenter Norm Abram shows here.

The sides of the drawer can easily be cut using a power miter saw or a backsaw in a miter box; the bottom can be cut with a circular saw or even precut at the lumberyard. The pieces join together with basic butt joints, which are glued and screwed. Finally, to simplify the finishing process, Norm uses a quick-drying but tough spray lacquer.

There are factory-made wire baskets, trays and other sliding storage devices you can buy. If you go this route, however, be wary of second-rate hardware—it can sag and drag under a load of pots and pans. No worries if you build the shelf shown here, though; its full-extension slides can support over pounds. Besides, nothing store-bought can ever compete with the finished look of a custom-made wood shelf.

How to Install Sliding Shelves In Kitchen Cabinets

1. Measure the Cabinet

Photo by Keller & Keller Photography
  • To ensure that the shelf can slide past the cabinet door and hinges, you will need to fur out the drawer slides with cleats.
  • To measure how thick to make the cleats, open the cabinet door and position the drawer slide, with the inner rail extended, as close to the door hinge as it can get without touching. Then measure the space between the cabinet side and the back of the drawer slide.
  • Rip the two 2-inch-high cleats from plywood or 1x3s; they should be the same length as the drawer slides. You may need to build up to the thickness you measured (above) with more than one piece of wood.
  • Set the two cleats against the opposite sides of the cabinet, measure between them, and then subtract 1 inch for the thickness of the drawer slides. The resulting dimension is the overall width of the shelf including the pine frame. Set the cleats aside.

The overall depth of the shelf (front to back) is the same as the length of the drawer slides.

2. Build the Drawer

Photo by Keller & Keller Photography
  • Subtract 1 ½ inches from the shelf's width and from its depth to determine the dimensions of the shelf bottom. Cut the bottom from ¾-inch birch plywood, using a circular saw.
  • Next, using a power or hand miter saw, cut the four 1x3s for the frame to length. The side pieces should be the same length as the plywood bottom front to back; the front and back pieces should be 1 ½ inches longer so they can cover the side pieces.
  • Clamp the side pieces and back piece to the plywood bottom; the bottom edges of the 1x3s and the plywood should be flush.
  • Using a combination countersink bit, drill pilot holes for the screws through the 1x3s and into the plywood every 8 to 10 inches. Also drill two holes through each end of the back piece where it will overlap its side piece.
  • Fasten the side pieces to the bottom with glue and 15/8-inch drywall screws. Then glue and screw the back frame piece to the plywood bottom and into the attached sides.

3. Finish the Drawer Front

Photo by Keller & Keller Photography
  • Use a ½-inch-diameter spade bit to drill ¼-inch-deep counterbore holes along the bottom and at the ends of the front piece, using the same pattern as you did for the back piece.
  • Next, clamp the front to the assembled shelf and, using the countersink bit, drill pilot holes through the counterbore holes and into the plywood and the 1x3 sides.
  • Now remove the clamp and glue, and screw the front to the sides and bottom using 1 5/8-inch drywall screws.

4. Conceal the Screw Heads

Photo by Keller & Keller
  • To conceal the screw heads along the front, glue ½-inch-diameter wood buttons into the counterbore holes.

Tip: Use birch wood buttons to match the 1x3 pine; oak, cherry, and walnut buttons are also available.

5. Spray on a Lacquer FInish

Photo by Keller & Keller Photography
  • Sand the assembled shelf with grit sandpaper.
  • Use a tack cloth or damp rag to remove all the sanding dust.
  • Move the shelf outdoors for finishing. Put on safety glasses and a dual-cartridge respirator. Carefully apply a thin coat of spray lacquer to the entire shelf.
  • Wait for the lacquer to dry — about 30 minutes — then lightly sand the shelf with grit sandpaper.
  • Wipe off the sanding dust and apply a second lacquer coat.

Tip: When spraying lacquer, keep a clean cotton cloth handy for wiping up any drips or runs.

6. Mount the Slides to the Cabinet

Photo by Keller & Keller Photography
  • Prepare the drawer slides for installation by first removing the sliding-drawer-rail section from each slide.
  • Cut two 1/8-inch-thick shims from a piece of Masonite or cardboard and lay them on the floor of the cabinet; the shims will raise the cleats and slides off the cabinet bottom enough to keep the shelf from scraping.
  • Place one of the cleats that you cut from the overview on top of the shims and against the cabinet side. Fasten it to the cabinet with 1 ¼-inch screws.
  • Now position the drawer slide on top of the shims and against the cleat, and secure it to the cleat with the screws provided.
  • Install the second drawer slide on the opposite side of the cabinet in the same manner.

Tip: In most cases, it will be easier to install the slides and the finished shelf if you first remove the cabinet doors.

7. Fasten the Slides to the Shelf

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  • Take one of the sliding-rail sections you removed earlier from the drawer slide and set it against the side of the pull-out shelf.
  • Align the end of the rail so that it's flush with the front of the shelf and slightly up from the bottom. (Every drawer slide is different; read the manufacturer's instructions to see exactly how much space you should leave between the rail and the shelf bottom.)
  • Attach the rail to the shelf with the screws provided.
  • Install the second rail on the opposite side of the shelf.

8. Install the Shelf

Photo by Keller & Keller Photography
  • Remove the shims from beneath the cleats and drawer slide, and sweep out the inside of the cabinet.
  • Push the drawer slides closed.
  • Next, hold the shelf just outside of the cabinet and level with the drawer slides.
  • Align the sliding-rail sections on the shelf with the drawer slides inside the cabinet.
  • Carefully but firmly push the shelf all the way into the cabinet.
  • Pull the shelf all the way out to be sure that the sliding rails have locked onto the drawer slides. If necessary, remove the shelf and reinstall it.


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