Pull Out Shelves

Pull out shelves are a smart investment in any home, offering simple and streamlined storage solutions for every room. Contact our team today.

A pull out shelf, also known as a glide out shelf, roll out shelf or slide out shelf, is a shelf that can be moved forward on slides (also known as rails) that allow each shelf to extend from the cabinet to maximize storage and accessibility at the back of a cupboard or cabinet. Most pullout shelves feature a shallow lip around the edge so that items don’t fall off as the shelf glides in and out.

With ShelfGenie® pull-out cabinets, you can increase storage by up to 50%. Our diverse selection of Glide-Out shelving solutions can be used anywhere. For instance, pantry pull-out shelves make food prep and cooking easier and help prevent food waste, while under-the-sink bathroom shelving keeps spare toiletries handy and within easy reach. Our designers can develop custom storage solutions for any room of your home.

Our Pull-Out Shelf Solutions
Single Height
Single Height
These standard pull-out shelves are perfect for storing cookware, bakeware, and other “low height” items. They can be used in cabinets and pantries throughout the home.
Blind Corner Cabinet Solution
Blind Corner Cabinet Solution
A blind corner, also known as a corner cabinet or dead space cabinet, refers to the deep, sometimes inaccessible, space of a corner cabinet. Different internal shelving systems used in blind corners, including Lazy Susans, drawers, and custom pull-out shelves, can utilize this ‘dead space’ more effectively. Blind corner pull-out shelves convert lost cabinet space into storage space you can use every day. They consist of two perpendicular shelves: one pulls out of the cabinet into the room to allow the rear shelf to be pulled forward into the space vacated by the first pull-out shelf.
U-Shaped
U-Shaped
The U-Shaped pull-out helps return wasted space caused by an obstruction located in the back of the cabinet. The unique design offers maximum usability of the Glide-Out and is commonly used under countertop stoves to bypass gas lines.
Risers & Caddies
Risers & Caddies
These small, narrow units work in tandem with a lower, full-size pull-out shelf. Together, the two-tiered unit takes full advantage of lost cabinet space due to obstructions such as water and drain pipes. Risers are most commonly used in bathrooms and under kitchen sinks.
Slopes
Slopes
Slopes offer further pull-out customization by preventing tall items from tipping when stored in the back of the shelf. This type of storage solution is often used in the upper portion of a pantry.
Scoops
Scoops
A scoop is usually added when pull-out shelves are stacked on top of each other with minimal clearance. The scoop provides a handle to pull out the shelf even when height clearance is minimal.
Pull Out Shelves Mounting Styles
Standard Mounts
Standard Mounts
With standard mounts, the rails are installed directly into the cabinet interior. This are the most commonly used mounting when installing pull out shelves.
Full Mounting Shelves
Full Mounting Shelves
Full mounting shelves, or base mounts with slides, are used in conjunction with pull outs when the existing space does not have an adequate mounting surface for proper pull out shelving installation.
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ShelfGenie takes pride in offering customers storage solutions that better utilize their space. But great storage solutions are not the only thing we offer; we also provide our customers with exceptional customer service and attention to detail.

To help improve how you use your space, book a virtual or in-person appointment with a ShelfGenie designer, who will assess your space and create a customized storage plan.

Choose the storage options you want, and our professional installer will come out to get exact measurements for your shelves, which are manufactured at our U.S. facility.

The finished shelves will be installed in your home, with most projects completed in less than a day.

Getting started is easy; simply fill out our online form to book your consultation or request a call with a designer today.

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