Stealth Kitchen By Resource Furniture

Jun 16, 2016

Category: Living

Over the past ten years the average rent in U.S. cities has skyrocketed. Some say it’s a result of feckless millennials unwilling to settle down, and others cite the resurgent popularity of denser urban areas. Either way, if you can get away paying a little less on rent every month (or at the very least getting more use out of your space) then you’re on to something. The Stealth Kitchen from Resource Furniture aims to help apartment dwellers and homeowners do just that.

Like your silverware drawer for your entire kitchen, this meticulously crafted setup allows you to hide away all of your appliances – from the fridge to the oven and sink. When you are looking to cook up a storm, simply open up the kitchen, get to it, and you can close it all up by the time you have guests over for a meal. If you are looking for something a little more low key – Resource Furniture can use the same technique for a wet bar. Prices vary from project to project, but you can reach out for a quote or visit their showroom if you are close enough to New York. [Purchase]

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