Learn How To Organize Pots And Pans In A Small Kitchen

Do you know how to organize pots and pans in a small kitchen? Let’s be honest. Organizing pans and pots in a small kitchen can be a nightmare. Pots and pans are of different shapes and sizes and organizing them properly take a lot of time and effort. Small kitchens are especially susceptible to clutter.

Dealing with a disorganized kitchen can be frustrating. The good news is that you can take care of all the pots and pans in a systematic manner by creating a separate space for them. Let’s look at some simple and innovative ways to organize the pots and pans in your kitchen.

Pegboards

You can give the bare and blank wall a stylish and functional upgrade with a pegboard. Adding a pegboard to the kitchen instantly adds a lot of space and you no longer have to try and accommodate everything inside cabinets.

Make use of hooks to hang the pots and pans. Keep a little bit of space between the pegboard and wall, so that you are able to hang the hooks properly. This ensures that the hooks fit properly on the board.

Racks on Racks

The top priority in any kitchen is functionality. Even though you may not have a large wall to organize and hang all the pots and pans, you can make use of smaller spaces to hold the kitchenware.

Short pipes with “S” hooks are an ideal choice to keep different kitchen items in a systematic manner. You can hook and unhook the kitchenware whenever you want.

Towel Bar

If you don’t want the side of the cabinet to go to waste, you can install a towel bar to turn that space into storage. As the bar will not be able to accommodate all the pots and pans, you can choose to keep those that are frequently used.

Here are a few:

Best Value D8524 Centura 24″ Towel Bar Rack, Polished Chrome

 

Swing Arm Towel Bar – Wall Mounted Stainless Steel Bathroom Towel Rack – Hanger Towel Holder Organizer – Perfect Towel Rack With 4 Arms – Brushed Finish (20 X 10)

Window Space

If you are out of the cabinet and drawer space, you need to start thinking vertically. Use hooks to hang the pots and pans in a window. This ensures that you don’t take away valuable wall space for storing kitchen utensils. When you hang different items aesthetically in a window, it can provide an elegant look to the kitchen.

Magnetic Knife Strips

The magnetic knife strips can be used in an innovative manner to store pot lids. If the lids are magnetic you can choose to store them this way.

Check out a few here:

[easyazon_link identifier="B075WNJF89" locale="US" tag="alang-20"]Swing Arm Towel Bar – Wall Mounted Stainless Steel Bathroom Towel Rack – Hanger Towel Holder Organizer – Perfect Towel Rack With 4 Arms – Brushed Finish (20 X 10)[/easyazon_link]

 

ECO KITCHEN 18 Inch Magnetic Knife Holder, Easy Wall Mount for Organizing Knives, Utensils and Cooking Sets. Magnetic Knife Strip Includes 6 Stainless Steel Hooks and Screws. Save Kitchen Space Now!

Buy an Organizer

The wire rack holder in the cabinet can give pots, pans, and lids a designated place. The pots can be stored up front whereas the pans can go in the back. The lids can go on top. This enables you to remove and place them in the cabinet without much of an effort.

Here are some good ones:

DecoBros Expandable Stackable Kitchen Cabinet and Counter Shelf Organizer,Silver

 

Nifty Rails and Hooks

The wall next to the stove can be used to store things. You can make use of two or more rails and an “S” hook to organize all pots and pans systematically.

Open Wire Rack

The oversized shelves are a stylish addition to a small kitchen and can be used to store multiple things easily.

When it comes to storage space in a small kitchen you can always use hooks, cabinets, drawers, railings and many other things to find a solution that works best for you.

Here are a few that i found:

4-Tiered 18″ Wire Rack for Tabletop Use, 2.5″ Open Shelves, with Header – Black 119362

 

Finnhomy 6-Tier Wire Shelving Unit Adjustable Steel Wire Rack Shelving 6 Shelves Steel Storage Rack or Two 3 tier shelving units with PE mat and Stable Leveling Feet, Chrome

 

Cover Photo Credit: Nicole Corpuz

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