In small kitchens using wall mounted pot and pan storage is a smart and effective solution for easing the burden in cabinets. I find that even in larger spaces, using this technique is beneficial. Cooking continues to become more popular despite the large numbers of people that dine out on a frequent basis. As the hobby continues to grow, so do the amount of items needed in the kitchen. If you are space challenged, then these ten ideas are just for you. We believe that they solved issues in many different types of spaces.
I really like the clean idea pictured above. A thin bar of copper extends about six feet creating great opportunities for storage. This space is very challenged and I like how the owner created a solution just for those challenges.
This is a full set of pots and pans by today’s standards. I am sure that there is one large piece that is likely being stored elsewhere. There is a continuity of stainless steel that blends nicely to the gray paint on the wall.
What a simple solution above? This could be created easily and even be a DIY project.
I must confess I was a bit surprised by this one, but wanted to share it. I usually find these boards in garages for storing tools. Well here it is in a home so add that to the list of uses.
I was really drawn to the rustic lumber above. It brings is some nostalgia into an otherwise new looking kitchen design. The flat wood lacks varnish which I think works nicely next to the banister.
All of us could use a spice rack so here we see a combination product. There are spices I use all the time and those are the ones I would place here for quick reaching.
This picture was important to show that even on a brick surface storage can still be created.
It’s hard to go wrong with copper and this model offers lots of space. I also like the metal strip which could be used for storing knives. In this example there are lots of spreaders which looking at the handles form a decorative collection.