Martha Stewart proves the versatility and suitability of medical furniture in the home by constructing her New York apartment kitchen with Duralab components from top to bottom.
"It's basically a service kitchen," Martha says. "I wanted dishes, linen, and silver for entertaining -- 40 people for a stand-up buffet. But it had to fit in this long, peculiar space; I call it a 'galley alley.'" Space-conscious Duralab cabinets create maximum storage.
"I don't want anything sitting out -- this isn't a country kitchen," Martha says of her floor-to-ceiling cabinets. She chose sliding doors for below-counter, to avoid kitchen-traffic accidents from open-out doors.