Best Jelly Cabinet in 2021!
This jelly cabinet solves your big problem of where to store your extras. You have no longer store extra food in your garage because it was either too warm in the summer or too cold in the winter. This antique jelly cabinet is one solution for every problem. If you don’t want to store food in the basement because of your bad experience, this one is the right choice for you.
It is the perfect size for the small space in your hose. It holds much more than anticipated. Easily you can store extra food is a must and this keeps everything. It is also very sturdy and will hold up to jars and canned goods. This jelly cabinet has two shelves for the top and bottom. Each cabinet space has many holes for the shelf pins. You can move the shelves up or down depending on your need. The drawer is perfect, and It is functional. The drawer has slid out with a sort of safety position to keep the drawer from dropping. You will use it for things like your coffee filters and a kitchen scale. This jelly cupboard color is off-white, and it’s sturdy and well made. The best thing about this item is that every single item is numbered and labeled. No guessing. Even the screws are in individual bags and labeled. Plus, they give you extras of all those tiny parts.
There are lots of jelly cabinets, but this wasn’t too difficult to assemble. The doors all open and close well, and it’s sturdy. Plus, it’s gorgeous and looks great in your house.
About this item
- Made of hardwood solids and engineered wood in a sanded and distressed white finish providing an aged, worn look.
- Features storage drawer, two cabinet doors, each containing two adjustable shelves.
- Antiqued brushed nickel hardware.
- Assembly required.
Size: 30″ Width x 16″ Depth x 71.5″ Height.
Helpful assemble Hints:
So you assemble the bottom cabinet first. Then place it in the spot where it will live and level it. It is a lot easier to balance the bottom half instead of waiting. The whole thing is together and try to level a large, heavy, cumbersome object. Also, it is easier to carry the top half to the final location & put it on. It is to take the whole heavy thing.