Putting order to the pots and pans can be an impossible task.
They are all different sizes, with awkward handles that never stay put. Mismatched, and unattractive, and a pain to keep hidden. Pots and pans are the necessary evil of the kitchen. Most of us use them on a daily basis, and taking them out and putting them away is an endless vicious cycle of frustration.
Well, we are here to change the game forever. Put order to your pots and pans with simple tricks that keep everything organized, and establish order in the cupboard.
Pull out drawer organizers.
If you have the budget and the space, all you need is this dreamy drawer organizer from Glideware. It mounts to your existing cabinet and instantly makes all your dreams come true.
This is a clever way to handle pans, muffin tins, and cookie sheets from Good Housekeeping. Tension rods keep everyone in line without toppling tins at the bottom of the cupboard.
Ok, this is pure genius. Using a tutorial online, this couple built customized dividers that are not only clever and sturdy, but they also move for a wider or more narrow space. They used dentil molding glued inside the drawers with slip in panels made with plywood. Here is the step-by-step of how they did it:
Another gift from the Amazon gods. This pot stacker is a great way to make a lot of space in a small cupboard. It sits in the base of your cabinet and makes all your dreams come true. Seriously though, and it’s under ten bucks.
I love this idea, because it really is brilliant. Chances are, all of your pots and pans already have a hole in the handle. Seriously, go ahead and check. I’ll wait here. Right?! Ok, so use that to your advantage and hang them! Shower hooks to the rescue.
If you love to see your pot collection, use a wall in your kitchen and a few tools from IKEA to create a pot and pan wall. Everything is within arms reach and no more bending down every time you need to boil water.
Dollar store hooks can wrangle elusive pan lids forever. Simply use command hooks on the inside of your cupboard drawer to hold the lids to your pots and pans. This prevents them from being lost or broken as you shuffle to find the right size. Here they are, all ready and accounted for.
I personally love the look of a pot rack. If you have the space in your kitchen, install a beautiful pot rack and eliminate the storage challenge completely.