Oiled Bronze Six Shelf Cookware Stand. This versatile stand has six shelves to hold pots, pans, plants or anything else you need to keep organized yet accessible. Made of Heavy Gauge Steel, the Satin Nickel Finish is lacquered for easy maintenance. Assembly Required. 60½”HTransform an underused corner of your kitchen with this chrome cookware stand from Old Dutch. The six shelves–each shaped like a triangle sucking in its breath–are crafted from sturdy chrome-plated steel. Measuring 15 inches wide at the base and 9-1/2 inches wide at the highest shelf, the stand has a gently tapered shape. Handy for teapots, kettles, and bowls, it also solves the problem of where to put a plant in the kitchen. Old Dutch’s mirror finish is bright and cheery and wipes clean with a damp cloth. The open structure provides access from all angles and allows for hanging utensils and aprons as well. Flat feet make the stand sturdy, while the turned upper parts make for an attractive silhouette. With all the mechanics out in the open, assembly is quick—-it’ll take you less than half an hour. –Emily Bedard

Product Features

  • Six tier stand tucks in a corner perfect for storing multiple items when counter space is limited
  • Measures 60 inches high and 15 inches across base
  • Holds up to 100 pounds of your cookware. Also handy for teapots, kettles and bowls
  • Heavy-gauge steel cookware stand with a Graphite Powder-Coated finish

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3 thoughts on “Old Dutch 60-Inch Cookware Stand, Graphite

  1. Too narrow to be really useful for the avid cook or LeCreuset storage I just finished putting together my vertical pot rack. Although I may try to get by with this rack (as returning it in its original packaging would be a nightmare), for my purposes I would not purchase again. The rack was simple enough to put together but I don’t have the strength to tighten it as much as I feel it needs. It is only slightly wobbly, but I can see it having to be retightened periodically. I bought this rack to display my colorful LeCreuset pots and give me a quick access to…

  2. For the money it’s great. Might need some tweaking though. So easy to put together. The instructions were clear as a bell and all items were clearly organized. A pleasure. However, it’s wobbly. It’s just not a heavy solid tower. But what do you want for 50 bucks nowadays. The only alternative costs $500 so… it’ll do. It holds my Creuset and Staub enamel pots beautifully. I just need to rig it a bit to make it more stable. Maybe put some rubber on the shelves to keep the pots from sliding when bumped. It still needs something to keep the area where…

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