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.
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.
Stacking folded tablecloths promotes wrinkles. Keep linens smooth and easy to see on dowel rods in a base cabinet.
Cups and dishes stacked in a cabinet can be hard to handle. A drawer with a grid of dividers protects china and eases sorting.
Serving wine and other beverages is a breeze when you group a bar sink, glassware, and counter space for opening bottles and pouring.
A double-door closet holds everything for the table -- china, crystal, linens, and even candles. Wide drawers minimize folding of tablecloths.
The pullout wire bins in this bottle storage drawer are fitted with handles so beverages can be easily carried to serving areas.
An undercabinet rack holds stemware in classic bottoms-up style, leaving glasses easy to see and reach.
Adjustable plate holders hold dishes securely in a drawer, then detach for carrying stacks to the table.
Knives, forks, and spoons don't have to lie in a drawer. A narrow flip-down unit stands them up neatly and saves space.