Lately I've had an off the wall kitchen improvement idea since I live in an older home without much pantry storage. I'm toying with the idea of removing the sheetrock from one kitchen wall that does not have cabinets or appliances along it. I'll then add horizontal members between the exposed studs (or line them with 1/4 inch thick box material) and then store canned goods on the horizontal shelves. Over the area I'll install barndoor hardware and a quaint style barn door. This is an example of the hardware. http://www.barndoorhardware.com/standard-flattrack.html Each opening between studs would hold five cans per shelf and if you stack them--- Looks like I could easily make the hardware from a couple of pulleys and some strap iron as an added bonus. So--too off the wall, or a usable idea?