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I have some space left under my kitchen sink, which I would like to use as best as I can. However the space I have left over is only (w,h,l) 20x18x52cm. I saw the following drawer on ikea's website and this was as far as I came. The problem with the product is, that it is 5cm too long. I considered cutting it and gluing it back together but this would mean less structural integrity, wouldn't be nice to look at and hard to pull out.drawer

Of course there are a number of other drawers e.g. made of metal, but none of my dimensions. The material doesn't really matter, however I would like to have metal because its easier to pull out. I also thought about a ground mounted drawer, but I couldn't really find anything. Here you can see the space which I would like to use better (bottom left corner), maybe you have any ideas of buying or doing something on my own for low price (< 30 dollar or so) enter image description here

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  • It would also have to clear the cabinet door which sticks out because of the hinges. – JACK Jan 13 '20 at 13:44
  • No, I'm talking about the left bottom corner not the right one – Wovise Jan 13 '20 at 15:04
  • Build one out of wood (or plywood) to the exact size you need and mount it on a drawer slide. I'd think YouTube would be full of tutorials, etc. – Greg Nickoloff Jan 13 '20 at 16:37
  • @GregNickoloff I thought about this one. Problem is that you only can buy drawer slides in a pack of 2 (which is quite expensive). However the plywood wouldn't cost anything... Do you know, where I can get full-extension drawer slides with soft close or how much they will cost approx.? And is it hard to mount a drawer? – Wovise Jan 13 '20 at 19:00
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