#Kitchen Definitions

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In this edition of #Kitchen Definitions we have a look at pot-ends. Named for purpose, a pot-end is a clever storage feature on a kitchen island designed to house your oversized pots and pans.

Pot-ed kitchen example with Artian & Shaker styles

A commonly-found kitchen storage problem is where to safely stash larger dishes and pots. As they are used less frequently, there is a tendency to keep large cookware in top cupboards, but getting access to them can then prove challenging. Not only this, big dishes are really too bulky and heavy to be stored at a height.

Opting for a pot-end on an island will not only offer easily-accessible storage, but the chance to showcase beautiful cookware, from cast-iron casserole pots to tagines.

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Kiran Noonan

30 Oct 2014



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