Easy Solutions For Organizing Pots and Pans
Organizing Pots and Pans can be a real pain, especially if you don’t have the right equipment. Stacking them on top of one another isn’t the best solution because they become hard to easily access, ultimately creating an unorganized cabinet. With that in mind, here are a few simple solutions that can make even those oddly shaped pans easy to store.
Custom Drawers: Look no further, the simplest and best solution is a deep drawer to stack all your cooking ware Just be sure that lid storage is taken into account as well. We love the separate slot that keeps them organized in the back.
Under An Island: We see plenty of pot racks hanging above a kitchen island, but rarely do we see them hanging below the counter. This is a great solution if you don’t intend to sit and eat at the island.
Custom Closet: If you don’t fullyuse your pantry space for food and canned goods, consider designing your shelving to hold your pots and pans instead. If you don’t want to store your lids on the pans they belong with, you can add a hanging rack specifically for them.
Peg Board: If you have the space consider a full-height cabinet for even more storage. Using one of your walls in your kitchen or pantry, you can utilize the space with pegboards.
Towel Bar: Don't let the side of your cabinet go to waste. Install a short rail to turn the empty space into storage. Since the bar probably won't hold your entire cookware, be open to hanging the items you use most often use or the most visually appealing ones.
Decorate Your Backsplash: If you have a large tall backsplash, you can utilize the pegboard method hang pots and pans above your counter. This way, they'll be easy to reach, and if you have a fun color collection it'll create a beautiful decoration.