Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Pot racks add a distinctive finishing touch to any kitchen
In an earlier post, I recommended a site for spice racks. This time, let me share a site for pot racks. Potrackixchange.com is where you can find a wide selection of quality Enclume pot racks and related accessories.
Enclume racks (pronounced “Ahn-Kloom”) are made of hammered steel forged up to twice as thick and which is recognized as the standard in cookware rack finishes and construction. With such quality material and design, Enclume potracks are meant to last a lifetime and which will become a treasured heirloom to be passed on through generations.
A pot rack not only add a distinctive finishing touch to any kitchen, big or small, it helps organize your pots and pans in a convenient and easy to reach location. Pot racks reduce back stress from continuous stooping. A pot rack as elegant and as stylish as an Enclume pot rack would be just the ideal kitchen accessory to showcase your collection of fine cookware.
If you've been looking for a pot rack, Potrackixchange could have what you need. There's no better time to buy one at Potrackixchange as they're offering a good 15% discount on most of their pot racks.
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I see Americans, well from TV, that is, that they use pot racks alot. I guess you need to have high ceiling to hang them.ReplyDelete
Is it practical to use in Msia though? They might collect lots of dust if left for a while.
I don't like pot racks attached to a ceiling. I prefer having them attached to the kitchen walls.ReplyDelete
hmmm, pot racks are good but i prefer those mounted to the wall instead of ceiling.. the dangling pots could make very annoying noises..ReplyDelete
Very temporary unless you're a short order cook. I love mine but then again I made it myselfDelete
I don't think I will have this kind of kitchen to hang those pots. :pReplyDelete
Ai Shiang, I think no need for too high a ceiling. Most if not all houses here have a ceiling height of at least 10ft so that should be high enough. No? I do agree about the dust factor though.ReplyDelete
Yeah, it doesn't look so odd, does it? I guess it's individual preference.
SK, LOL on the noise but not if they are far apart enough though. Is that a personal experience?ReplyDelete
T, potracks work in any kitchen lah. :)
Suzanne, indeed. The pots and pans will be better organized and easily reachable.ReplyDelete
Instantdocs, indeed. Thanks for your thoughts.ReplyDelete