Serving Pieces

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Store dishes, glasses, linens, and silverware in easy-access spots to save time, steps, and effort.

Plan for Platters

Large serving trays and platters can be hard to store. They often end up trapped under other items. Double-wide pullout shelves give platters a place of their own.

Set up a Coffee Station

Coffee and tea are hotter than ever. A coffee station groups the gear you need to fix today's trendy drinks. A tambour door hides the station when not in use.

Hang up Table Linens

Stacking folded tablecloths promotes wrinkles. Keep linens smooth and easy to see on dowel rods in a base cabinet.

Divide Dish Drawers

Cups and dishes stacked in a cabinet can be hard to handle. A drawer with a grid of dividers protects china and eases sorting.

Open a Wet Bar

Serving wine and other beverages is a breeze when you group a bar sink, glassware, and counter space for opening bottles and pouring.

Mimic a Butler's Pantry

A double-door closet holds everything for the table -- china, crystal, linens, and even candles. Wide drawers minimize folding of tablecloths.

Get a Handle on Bottles

The pullout wire bins in this bottle storage drawer are fitted with handles so beverages can be easily carried to serving areas.

Store Glasses Stems-Up

An undercabinet rack holds stemware in classic bottoms-up style, leaving glasses easy to see and reach.

Employ Mobile Storage

Adjustable plate holders hold dishes securely in a drawer, then detach for carrying stacks to the table.

Put Silverware at Hand

Knives, forks, and spoons don't have to lie in a drawer. A narrow flip-down unit stands them up neatly and saves space.

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