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Open-faced drawers for pots and pans.

Looking for the right bowl, pot, or frying pan can be frustrating if everything is thrown together in a conventional kitchen cabinet. To find what you want, you may have to dig it out from behind or beneath a stack of pots and pans.

San Francisco architect Dan Phips devised an efficient, nearly frustration-free storage system for this serious cook. Two 5-foot-long maple-topped counters flanking a commercial range contain eight half-height drawers, each 27 inches wide. They hold often-used items that get regular washing. Fully enclosed drawers just below each counter hold small items and utensils that are used less frequently.
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Date:Jun 1, 1984
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