Hanging Pot Racks

Hanging racks are a great option for storing and displaying beautiful cookware. Hung right above a center island, they make pots and pans easily accessible and create a visual centerpiece. Additionally, pot racks free up cabinet space so there’s more room to store dinnerware, food items, etc.

image credits: 1- nate berkus, 2- via house beautiful, 3- via elle decor, 4- via home bunch, 5- martha stewart, 6- country living, 7- via elle decor, 8- via elle decor, 9-mick de giulio
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  • Luciane at HomeBunch.com

    Hello!

    What an inspiring post! I loved every image you chose.

    By the way, it’s great to “meet” you!

    Have a great day!

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  • http://www.vmacandcheese.com victoria | vmac+cheese

    All the images you chose are so gorgeous! I think pot racks are a great idea. My mother’s home has one, and I think the key is definitely to get one large enough to fit everything. And, if you’re short, get a step stool. I never seem to be able to get the pots hooked back on! :)

  • Luxeandlillies

    I’ve never particularly been a fan of these but this post changes my mind.. these spaces still feel bright and open!

  • Anonymous

    Like Victoria said, you would need one large enough to accommodate all of your fine cookware.
    All of your images are stunning; but everyone doesn’t have kitchen space like these in your photos. I’d like to see this same effect used in smaller living quarters.

  • http://twitter.com/homemadestories elisa rathje

    these are gorgeously old fashioned. i had a simple rung along a wall in my london flat, for hanging pots and pans above the sink, i loved that, and now in the old sussex cottage there are hooks put into the beams above the hob, for cookware to hang off. it looks wonderful and is so great for cooking. almost as good as a beautiful pot rack! x