an extension of your kitchen…

a place for all your platters…

a spot for Mom’s preserves…

with plenty of room to expand your menu.


a) Entertain your taste for wine, your love for hosting parties, with racks that cradle bottles and delicate stemware.
b) Lighten the load in your kitchen by incorporating small appliances—coffee pot, bean grinder, toaster—in the pantry.
c) Consider a built-in nook for recycling bins.
d) Corner shelves make room for large and oddly-shaped items.
e) Save wide spaces for bulky items by creating slender storage slots to separate rolls of foil and parchment, and protect platters and trays.
f) Glide-out shelves allow you to access the deepest parts of your pantry.
g) Baskets are perfect for rounding up piles of produce— tomatoes, potatoes—and even extra grocery bags.
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