The Expandable Cabinet Tray is a storage apparatus for kitchen cabinets that holds various dinnerware and cookware items for increased usability, in addition to preventing damage of stored items.
Inventor Jennifer L. Palmer of Beaufort, SC has created a storage apparatus for kitchen cabinets that holds various dinnerware and cookware items for increased usability, in addition to preventing damage of stored items.
A major storage mechanism found in the home is the kitchen cabinet. These cabinets are used to store dinnerware such as bowls and plates in a stacked format. Additionally, they are used to store cookware such as pots, pans, and lids as well. Unfortunately, this stacked arrangement often means that several items must be removed before the user can get to the item he or she needs. This is not only a time-consuming process, but also exposes other pieces of dinnerware or cookware to possible damage from chipping or even breaking. Inventor Palmer has created a means by which desired dinnerware and cookware items can be easily removed from a kitchen cabinet, without impacting other items, and without exposing them to possible chipping or damage.
This clever new invention allows an item to be removed, without moving others. It adjusts to fit various size cabinets. It reduces chipping, cracking, or breakage of kitchen items. It is made of stainless steel to prevent corrosion. It saves time and money. The use of the Expandable Cabinet Tray provides for increased features and enhanced usability of kitchen cabinets, in a manner which also protects dinnerware and cookware items as well.