youngstown-kitchen-cabinetsPick me up off the floor!!!! In the latest episode of our current favorite binge-watching saga, ebay seller nomoredrama4me — Stephanie — sent me this photo yesterday. She calls it Cabinet Mountain, I call it Youngstown Mountain. Yes: Within the warehouse full of New Old stock Hardware store stuff (affiliate link) awaited a mountain o’ steel.

How many cabinets? The original pile measured 40 feet wide… 35 feet deep… 8 feet high.

A few weeks ago, when I first got wind of these, I got on the phone with Stephanie to get more info on this stash. I suggested to her that to sell them, she would need to get them well organized, measured, and checked for any damage. Probably even: Take them out of their boxes so’s potential buyers could see. Like Ben did here, with all the 1948 NOS Youngstowns he found, and which ended up in a museum. But I also told her: Don’t throw out the boxes. The boxes are awesome.

All this week, Stephanie has been working on organizing everything, with the help of her family — that’s daughter Lilly scaling the mountain in the photo. At last count, there were 63 cabinets + countertops (uncounted, I have no photos, can’t wait to see!) plus sinks (ditto, eagerly awaiting.)

monterey-cabinets-by-youngstown-756x1024A number of the cabinet boxes are marked Monterey. But the doors aren’s wood. They are nubbly textured steel doors painted. Painted Sandalwood. There are blue cabinets, too. And, Stephanie said that yesterday, they uncovered some Whirlpool steel kitchens cabinets. We don’t even have Whirlpools on our list! New discovery!

Stay tuned. More photos to come. This is just a sneak peek. Youngstown Mountain!

See what’s come out of the NOS warehouse so far…

To see all the other items coming out of the warehouse daily, go to the following (all affiliate links):

So, who else’s heart went pitter patter KABOOM!
when they saw that first photo of Youngstown Mountain?

CategoriesSteel kitchens
  1. Nadine Buterbaugh says:

    I am so excited! need to redo my early 50’s kitchen so badly, I will be looking at Stephanie’s site every day!

  2. Kim says:

    I am restoring Youngstown cabinets in a 1923 bungalow I recently purchased. I need an emblem for underneath the sink. I have contacted Stephanie, but she hasn’t come across one yet (although I’m hopeful she’ll find one.) Anyone else have an idea of where I could get one? If anyone has a cabinet that is irreparable, would you mind cutting off the emblem and sharing it with me? I’d happily pay for it. Please!!! I’m desperate.

  3. Judy Treat says:

    So interested in these cabinets! I’m in the final planning stages for my new kitchen. I’m inadmfsrm house and would love to have metal vs. wood. Anxiously awaiting these being posted for sell.

  4. Vicki LeResche says:

    Hi Stephanie! LOVE the cabinet mountain with you on the peak! 🙂 My kitchen is progressing nicely; the Youngstown Meridien blue cabinets we were able to buy from you are going to look AWESOME!! I hope your effort to go through all of your NOS is going well. Vicki

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