China and cutlery

All the time rearranging dishes? Not an option!

For fast getters and table setters

Whenever I look for something towards the back in my wall units, I have to get everything out first and then put it all back in again. What a bother ... drives me mad!

Recipe for success

China and cutlery

  • Drawers are good for storing provisions out of the way, but always instantly within reach.

  • Glasses and cups are in easy, fast reach behind sliding doors – and can also be allowed to show off their beauty. Because the sliding door can be moved back and forth to conceal the left or right ...

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    Glasses and cups are in easy, fast reach behind sliding doors – and can also be allowed to show off their beauty. Because the sliding door can be moved back and forth to conceal the left or right hand compartment

  • Drawers behind flush fitted sliding doors: the ideal place for china and cutlery. A great design solution for open plan kitchens in particular.

    Drawers behind flush fitted sliding doors: the ideal place for china and cutlery. A great design solution for open plan kitchens in particular.

  • Behind the large sliding doors, pull-outs provide plenty of space for crockery

  • Your best cutlery is stylishly kept in high quality wooden trays where it's neatly organised.

  • Thanks to the cross partitions and dividers, the plates can no longer slide about.

  • With the flexible dividers, the compartment sizes can be adapted to all of the various pieces of cutlery.

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