Our Commitment to our Community:

To source responsible products, and share tips on how to use them from Lust to Dust.

#Refuse
#Reduce
#Reuse
#RePurpose
#ReThink
#Recycle

The Team

Nicole
OWNER + CURATOR

Owner of the shop and curator of great things for the Kitchen and Home. A background in restaurants, resorts and education. Nicole has a passion for real food and helping people to find their groove in the kitchen.

Nicole is also on Revelstoke City Council, working to make our community a better place to live. 

Jeff
TECH + RESEARCH

Nicole’s brother, and our in house whiz at all things tech and research. Ask him about any detail and he’ll be happy to fill you in on all the reasons why we sell the products we’ve chosen.

Kat
Customer Support

Cake Decorator for Kat’s Sweet Shoppe, Kat loves to cook for her young family. She is great at helping you figure out what tools you need for your recipe, or how to re-purpose tools you already have in your kitchen. She’s been known to share recipes, too, if you ask nicely!

Teresa
Customer Support

Teresa has been with the store nearly since the beginning in 2003. She makes sure that we don’t get too caught up in the latest tech and forget the basics. Full of great ideas, she’s happy to help you find what you need.

OUR STORY
Our Story

Since 2003

For 15 years we’ve been THE kitchen store in Revelstoke. Started by Deannie Ottenbreit back in 2003, we’ve created a niche for ourselves as the go to store for hard to find kitchen items and those amazing flannel sheets that keep you warm on even our snowiest nights. We’re not about selling you the highest price item. Heck, sometimes we don’t event want to sell you anything at a ll. We want you to rediscover your love for all things food, share that love on a plate or platter that works for you and when that’s all done we want you to crawl into a bed with sheets you can dream on.

CHOICE VS. CURATION
Choice vs. curation

We believe having the right tool for the job is key.

After all, you wouldn’t drive a lawnmower down the Trans Canada Highway, would you?

There are so many amazing gadgets and tools to choose from today, but that choice can be overwhelming.

How much is too much?

This is where we come in.

Whether it’s a set of knives or new pillows for your bed. It’s our job to do the research. Don’t be shy, come in to the shop you can trust, and let us help you find the right tool for the job. We’ll give you a choice of color and style, but we’ll do the hard work of finding responsible companies.

TAKE CARE OF THE COMMUNITY
take care of the community

When you take care of the community, your community takes care of you. That’s our credo here at Big Mountain Kitchen. We believe people, the environment, community and sustainability come before profit.

We provide warranty support right in our store so you don’t have to go through the headache of calling a 1-800 number only to be put on hold or try to navigate through an automated messaging system.

Is your product past it’s warranty? Don’t fret, we carry lots of parts to keep your housewares functioning at top-notch long after your warranty has ended.

WE CAN HELP
We Can Help

Here at Big Mountain Kitchen we’re about so much more than just making a sale. We want our customers to feel comfortable coming to us to ask for your help and suggestions; it’s our job! We are happy to work with you to find the perfect tool, explain why we sell the products we do and how they can help in your kitchen.

Sometimes we may suggest trying a product before you buy it, especially if it’s an investment. We partner with Revelstoke Food Initiative and may suggest you rent or borrow items from them before you commit to purchasing. Some of the items available to borrow are: food, dehydrators, juicers, canners, and pressure cookers.

Big Mountain Kitchen’s owner, Nicole Cherlet, has a background in restaurants and resorts and a huge passion for helping people discover, or re-discover, their love for food and cooking. She and the rest of the team are more than happy to help you make a decision on the best tool for the job (even if that tool already lives in your kitchen drawer).