From restaurant to residential

The release of the Industrial Kitchen Gantry from Casa Cielo Design offers a stylish and practical shelving system to Australian residential kitchens.

While a gantry is not new to the restaurant and hotel industry, the release of the Industrial Kitchen Gantry from Casa Cielo Design offers this stylish and practical shelving system to Australian residential kitchens.

Suspended from the ceiling and available in one, two or three bay options, the steel frames are finished in a matte black powder-coat and new or recycled timber, glass or metal shelves.

All gantries in the range include guardrails to prevent items falling over the rear of the shelf, and are designed to hide cabling for LED or halogen lighting.

The Industrial Kitchen Gantry is available in nine separate models, making it suitable for any project.

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