BUFORD, Ga. - A well planned kitchen ensures short distances and smooth work flows. To continue meeting practical needs as the years go by, kitchen unit interiors need to be right as well. As such, drawers and pot-and-pan drawers define the front of today's kitchens. This makes badly organised and poorly accessible cabinets with shelves and hinged doors a thing of the past. The cleverly designed interior organisation elements for the ArciTech drawer system also free up space and help to keep everything neat and tidy.
ArciTech interior organisation elements give kitchen manufacturers what it takes to meet the vast range of consumer preferences. From the easy to clean, versatile cutlery tray in plastic to the high quality material combination of wood and steel or stainless steel that makes a visual statement behind the drawer front - they have the right answer for every segment. This makes interior organisation an attractive point of difference in the kitchen retail trade and provides a simple way of generating added value.
The OrgaTray cutlery trays in steel and stainless steel are supplied preassembled which means they can be picked for consignments just as easily as the plastic cutlery trays. Added to this, they can be combined with customised, cut to size wooden elements in oak which means they can also be used in drawers of non standard width.
The OrgaStore solutions organise and perfectly utilise storage space in pot-and-pan drawers. The dividing elements can be positioned with extreme ease wherever the user chooses to give stacked plates and food items a secure hold. Whether purist modern in drawer colour, or classic in high quality oiled oak, interior organisation takes account of the individual's personal furnishing style.
The ArciTech drawer system also makes it particularly easy for kitchen manufacturers to produce pot-and-pan drawers with TopSides in steel or DesignSides in glass instead of a railing. As a result of the cleverly thought through platform concept all drawer components remain unchanged, and the railing's existing drill holes are used. This means that consumers' personal preferences can be accommodated cost effectively, and it provides an easy way of differentiating between ranges.