Don’t even get me started about the difficulties of under-counter storage. Though it’s true, perhaps, that it beats having to climb on step ladders to reach stuff stored way up high, the back-bending labor required to extract large pans from down low often seems not quite worth the effort. But here’s a godsend for improving the organization of low kitchen storage—Rev-A-Shelf’s Stainless Steel Peg Board Drawers.
Peg Board Storage System. Manufactured by Rev-A-Shelf.
Rev-A-Shelf’s Peg Board Storage System Keeps Kitchen Accessories In Their Place
My personal struggle with low kitchen storage concerns lids for large saucepans and fry pans, for they always seem to be floating around, falling out… generally clanking away in a noisy cacophony of misplacement. Thankfully, Rev-A-Shelf’s 4DPS and 4DPBG Peg Board Systems facilitate easy vertical organization, so any and all implements are always all lined up in a neat row—veritable soldiers awaiting your food prep commands.
The system starts with a thin, flat, perforated board with customized dimensions to fit your drawers. Rev-A-Shelf’s full range of organizational accessories simply inserts into the peg board and voila!... Instantaneous customized organization.
The accessories are many and varied: tall and thick cylindrical pegs to keep large items like mixing bowls from sliding around; racks specifically tooled for the somewhat unwieldy dimensions of pots and pans; smaller racks for dinnerware; semi-circular racks for tall canisters; and—best of all—a dedicated lid rack.
About the Manufacturer: Rev-A-Shelf makes storage systems for kitchen, bath, and bedroom. The company’s expertise is pronounced and their product line is extensive. Offering customized solutions for new construction as well as tailored designs for existing schemes, Rev-A-Shelf has the answer to your storage quandaries. The Rev-A-Shelf line includes full pull-out and telescoping pantries, swing-out cabinets for kitchen and bath, and a variety of inserts to turn your messy drawers into a utopia of good organization.