There are two problems that plague almost everyone with a kitchen; too many pots or not enough cabinet space. Either way, you have to start getting creative with your pots and pans when it’s time to organize. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of unique, fun and functional ways to hang them all up! Let’s take a peek!
1. Simple Set-up.
Take your most used pots and pans and hang them up right at the stove for easy access. Keep things clean, contemporary and uncluttered for a flattering, fashionable and functional look.
If you’re lucky enough to have a cozy little corner, instead of turning it into the pantry use it to hang up the pots and pans. In turn use those extra cabinets free of pots for dry food.
These come bit or small, so grab a circular rod and hang them up! This is a great option for a more spacious kitchen.
If you’ve got a free wall, use one bar to hang up all the pots. Do it cleanly and crisply for an eclectic and stylish look. It’s also a great way to organize your pots and pans while still being able to find them in a jiff.
5. Window View.
Create a sort of valence by using your pots as the window dressing. Between the light and the texture, this is another functional and stylish way to organize the pots and get them out of the cabinets.
If you don’t want them near the ceiling or you think it’ll draw the space inward, then use a table. If you’ve created a makeshift island, then create a makeshift cabinet by hanging them up underneath!
7. Situational Rack.
Use a coat rack or another thrifted piece as a pot rack. Grab some metal or brass hooks and then situate the piece according to your need.
You can create a wall for your pots too. Instead of just hooking up a rack, create something a bit unique. A chalkboard wall, with each pot’s outline will make an artistic spin on the usual organization.
9. Peg Boards.
Peg boards can give your kitchen an eclectic, industrial edge. And they’re easy to install and use, you can create an entire peg wall or just a space for your most-used pieces.
10. Beneath Nook.
Section out a nook to keep the pots and pans hung and accessible but without them in view. Use a space underneath the island, breakfast counter or cabinets.