The cleverly designed J.K. Adams Six Shelf Wood and Metal Cookware Stand will add extra, incredibly functional storage to your kitchen and is sure to draw admiring comments from guests. This tall, narrow tripod has solid maple supports and six brushed chrome shelves, which can be used to organize cookware, dinnerware, or cooling pies and cakes. This stable unit can tuck into a corner or next to an island, occupying a minimum of floor space while giving you a tower of fun, unique shelving.
About J.K. Adams
J.K. Adams has been designing, manufacturing and distributing wood products from Dorset, Vermont, since 1944. Their philosophy can be summed up by the three short phrases painted on large signs hanging from the factory ceiling: "Quality First. Production Next. Safety Always." Judging from the company's longevity and success, this business model works. Each J.K. Adams product begins with the finest Northeastern kiln-dried lumber. By combining functionality, aesthetics, and quality manufacturing techniques, the company creates exceptional wooden products that last a lifetime.
The J.K. Adams logo, a simple arrow pointing to the heavens, is derived from the colonial practice of foresters looking for the healthiest, straightest trees to be used as ship masts for the King's Royal Navy. The finest wood was marked with this arrow, and J.K. Adams uses this symbol to indicate that they too select the best trees in New England for their exceptional products. The company uses lumber that is selectively harvested from managed forests to maintain and improve the health of the North American hardwood forests.