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I just put a piece(s) of ⅜" plywood in from the front
 

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My upper cabinets look the same as yours right now , i used thinsulate too. I have been thinking of using Reflectix at the wall and ceiling ,, using one piece and curving it to fit , might need something on top of the Reflectix to make it look nice .
 

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I am thinking carpet glued on with 3M 90
I'm thinking Luan with small L brackets so I can remove it if I want to get behind it to run wire etc.

But I haven't thought about just putting material directly on the wall. That would definitely give me the most storage space.


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My upper cabinets look the same as yours right now , i used thinsulate too. I have been thinking of using Reflectix at the wall and ceiling ,, using one piece and curving it to fit , might need something on top of the Reflectix to make it look nice .
Ditto. Although I have yet to put in the reflectix (low-e).
 

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I'm thinking Luan with small L brackets so I can remove it if I want to get behind it to run wire etc.

But I haven't thought about just putting material directly on the wall. That would definitely give me the most storage space.


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Pretty much what I did except I used ⅜" and not 1/4" as I had more of it kicking around. I just screwed it into whatever wood or metal happened to be behind it. I've removed it several times to make wiring changes.
 
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