Enclume Classic Rectangular Ceiling Pot Rack
Professional chefs rely on overhead racks like this one to keep cookware organized and within easy reach. Available in hammered steel or chrome, the rack is forged using traditional French metalworking equipment by the master craftsmen at Enclume, America’s leading manufacturer of cooking racks since 1973.
- Heavy-duty grid and frame, protected by a durable wax finish.
- 6 straight pot hooks hang cookware facing outward.
- 12 angled pot hooks allow cookware pieces to nest together.
- Mounting hardware included.
- Rack: 30" x 18 1/2" x 22" high.
- Hooks: 4 1/2" long.
- Use & Care
- Assembly required.
- Professional installation recommended.
- Mounts on 16"–22" sliding centers.
- Must be anchored to solid wood ceiling joists or beams.
This item will be shipped directly from the manufacturer and is not eligible for rush shipping. Please allow two to three weeks for delivery.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChefQ from A Chef's kitchen in the making! We love our Enclume Ceiling pot rack. Enclume's customer support is great! We had a few parts missing and they were accommodating and prompt with a solution. The unit itself look's great and cleared up cupboards for more storage. The installation was a bit tricky. We took the time to find rafters to secure the ceiling screw hook into these instead of the snap-toggles into drywall alone. With rafters located, pilot holes drilled, the rest was easy.Date published: 2015-05-03Rated 5 out of 5 by lovekitchenstuff from Lovely and functional I bought this in 1997 and have taken it to a second house now as the "starting point" for each kitchen. It is striking in its design and meticulous in its craftsmanship, often the first thing commented upon when someone new comes into the kitchen. I use pots from it daily but also store a couple of lovely and seldom used pottery pieces on the top shelf and hang a couple of artisan baskets in with the pots, making it a truly "décor" piece as well. When I consider the money that I have spent over the years for both kitchen items and decorating the house in general, this has been one of those items that, in retrospect, has proven itself a truly enduring "investment" and worth every penny.Date published: 2013-12-16