Häfele’s Kesseböhmer Tandem Pantry brings style and ingenious design to any kitchen.
January 14th, 2011
Häfele have done it again with the Kesseböhmer Tandem Pantry, incorporating thoughtful design with aesthetics to create a stylish and functional kitchen storage solution.
The Tandem Pantry features an intelligent pull out technology whereby shelves at the rear automatically come forward, bringing stored goods within easy reach.
Rotating, swivel and pull-out drawers are both functional and space-saving. Storage space is also cleverly integrated into the door shelves.
The Tandem Pantry can be opened closed without making a sound, and a soft stop mechanism (integrated or optional) prevents noisy door-slamming.
An anti-slip base inside the pantry ensures that contents do not slip or slide.
Functional, economical and stylish, the Kesseböhmer Tandem Pantry by Häfele achieves new standards in design for kitchen fittings.
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