Go Over Board
Sometimes the simplest solutions create the biggest wow factor. With nothing more than a basic pegboard—and a few pegs—you can hang a whole lot of kitchen gear. If you want to jazz it up a bit, playful painted outlines like the ones shown here are a great idea.
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Roll Me Away
Sometimes a store-bought storage solution is your best bet—and this heavy-gauge sliding wire rack is a great choice. It glides out easily for accessibility and tucks out of sight for a clutter-free kitchen. Check out Custom Service Hardware for several different options.
A Different Point of View
If you have a small kitchen, you know that every square inch counts. In this modest space, a window is just the right size to accommodate a simple rack—perfect for hanging handled cookware of all shapes and sizes. You may have to sacrifice the view, but you'll make up for it in convenience.
Divide and Conquer
This custom Dura Supreme cookware storage solution features a shallow compartment for lid storage that's installed in the upper section of a deep drawer. Arrange your pots and pans below, and you'll never again waste time hunting for lids.
Hanging Copper Pipe Structure
Hanging a pot rack over a kitchen island is a great way to save cabinet space while keeping everyday items within reach. You can DIY your own using lengths of copper pipe; evenly spaced S-hooks allow you to display your cookware in style.
Sliding into Home
Off the Rack
Stacked neatly inside one another, pots and pans aren't the biggest obstacle to a tidy kitchen—it's the lids! Keep them in line by hanging them inside cabinet doors. The only hardware you'll need is a handful of plastic adhesive hooks, spaced to fit each lid.
Climb the Ladder
If you can't trust your old wooden ladder to support your weight, perhaps a piece of it can be repurposed to support your pots and pans. Cookware is still heavy, though, so be sure to find the joists in your ceiling before closing the deal.
If you have the money to hire a handyman for every household woe, go ahead. But if you want to hang on to your cash and exercise some self-sufficiency, check out these clever products that solve a million and one little problems around the house. Go now!