Here’s an idea! Install kitchen pot rails.
Hanging pots, baskets and using S-hooks for ladles and servers provides a lovely yet utilitarian aspect to your kitchen shelving. Kitchen pot rails are where it’s at!
I really want to hang white shelving with a curved white brackets in mine, but it will block the line of sight through the kitchen.
So… I think the alternative is to install some rails to hang pots and other things on.
This will free up drawer space, utilize the wall space in a small kitchen lacking in storage and get a little splash of that industrial kitchen look all for a minimal investment.
So, I started digging around and looking for some ideas.
Not surprising, hanging pots happens a lot in small spaces and apartment kitchens. Here are a few that I found.
Ikea has options that are worth a look.
A nice addition to a narrow galley kitchen.
The mix of metals is nice.
We like it in brass.
Hey lady, way to choose a faucet!
Now this is a workable idea, produce in hanging wire baskets. I like the combination of a little basket, some cook ware, maybe an oven mit or a colander
But then there’s the ultimate, lots o’ pots over the sink and in front of the window–which I love just as much
We stock some very serious brass S-hooks from one of our favorite vendors, SIR|MADAM. These hooks will help to achieve this utilitarian aspect in your kitchen with some beauty.
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