Premier 6-Tier Pot Rack Stand: Hammered Steel by Enclume
This 6-Tier Cookware Stand was inspired by an antique French baker's rack and fits perfectly in a corner or small space to economically display your pots, pans, mixing bowls and more. Stand tapers gently upwards, holding larger pots on the bottom, smaller ones on top. Use hooks (sold separately) to ... See complete description »
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This 6-Tier Cookware Stand was inspired by an antique French baker's rack and fits perfectly in a corner or small space to economically display your pots, pans, mixing bowls and more. Stand tapers gently upwards, holding larger pots on the bottom, smaller ones on top. Use hooks (sold separately) to hang lids or utensils from sides. Available only in hammered steel, it lends a rustic look to kitchens. Cold riveted and comes assembled. Also a striking way to display plants. Measures 16.5-in. w x 14.5-in. d x 53.5-in. h. Light assembly required.
Enclume has been manufacturing high quality pot racks from its factory in Washington since 1973. Each pot rack begins from the finest materials, such as heavy-gauge steel and eastern maple wood. Using traditional French metal-forming equipment, racks are handmade and personally inspected along the way to ensure they meet all standards. Finishes are applied over the heavy-gauge steel using an electroplating process and hand polished. Many racks are produced in a hammered steel, rustic finish. Wipe clean with damp cloth followed by a dry cloth. Enclume offers wall racks, standing racks, baker's racks and the most popular, ceiling racks, in addition to a full line of accessories to complete your kitchen décor. For best results, place racks over a kitchen island or peninsula or in a nook or prep area that is free from fans, sky lights or joists. Racks are designed to hang from 8- to 9-foot ceilings, generally from center beams. Always take into account the length of pots and pans prior to hanging or mounting your pot rack.
Way, way overpriced, but respectable quality/workmanship. Someone's making a huge profit here!
This is the perfect solution for cookware storage problems. I have a beautiful set of Le Creuset cookware, but really did not have the space to store it. After looking around I realized that not many stands are sturdy enough to hold cast iron. I did not want to put holes in my ceiling to hang a pot rack and then worry about the weight of the cookware. This pot rack stand does not take up much space, it is very sturdy, and it keeps the pieces seperated so they don't get scratched. The pot rack stand sits in a little corner, displays your cookware nicely and if you should happen to move, the stand can easily move with you - unlike a ceiling pot rack. I love mine!<br>
Although this is a nice piece, I feel that it is extremely overpriced. It is not a heavy piece which you would expect after paying $200 plus. Otherwise it is an attractive, functional piece.
I read a lot of reviews for about a year. This is what I wanted. I did not want to put holes in my walls or ceiling. This does a good job of displaying my cookware and proviving additional space within my condo....<br>
I've searched for a stand up rack to display my cast iron pots for three years. This particular stand has been available for some time but I wasn't willing to pay the price until now. After finding it on Food Network Store, I knew I couldn't find a better price and ordered it right away. I am so thrilled with this rack. It came in one huge box,already assembled and on time. Not only does it hold all of my pots, thus clearing space off counter tops and emptying out a few drawers, they look great all in one place. Thank you Food Network Store.