Problem: How do I store more than 12 complete sets of china, plus dozens of dessert, tea, demitasse, and chocolate sets and be able to get at any piece with ease?
Solution: For Raphael, eight laminate cabinets lined across a wall in the basement family room was the way to store nearly a thousand pieces of china and glassware. She worked with White Rabbit, a Deerfield storage company to design 24-inch deep by 29-inch wide built-in ceiling-to-floor cabinets. Raphael has one rule for storing china: she must be able to reach for any set or individual piece in one easy motion, moving only one set piece out of the way. Her systems success relies on the use of risers, plate racks, lazy susans, and zippered, vinyl quilted china protectors.
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