The Best Organizers for Your Pots and Pans
Get your kitchen in perfect order with these pots and pans organizers.
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If you’re revamping your kitchen, dedicating a cabinet to Rev-A-Shelf’s pots and pans organizer is a must. The pullout organizing system is available in two sizes, 12 inches ($89) and 21 inches ($160), and can hold 100 pounds of pots, pans and lids in a two-tiered, sliding unit. Speaking of remodels, here’s how one woman saved $30,000+ on her kitchen renovation.
If your cabinets don’t have the depth for sliding units, you’re not out of luck. This pan organizer rack from betterthingshome ($22) can run the width of your cabinet, shelf or counter so you can maximize your space. Plus, the expandable rack and additional wires can hold up to 14 pots, pans and lids, depending on their thickness. These concealed kitchen storage tips will make the most of the space you have.
Cabinets full? Enclume’s cookware stand ($243) has your back. The tree-like organizer’s shape makes it an easy fit in corners and other tight spaces. And with eight tiers, it gradually widens as it goes down to fit pots and pans of any size. Check out these kitchen declutter tips that will free up some space.
When cabinets aren’t much of an option, turn to this shelving unit from KES ($56). The sturdy, 2 ½ foot-long organizer comes complete with two shelves, a hanging bar and 12 moveable S-hooks. This means there’s plenty of room for pots and pans, lids and utensils. One reviewer even used the S-hooks to hang her measuring cups! Those without a pantry will also love these inexpensive storage solutions.
Say goodbye to digging on your hands and knees to find a pan at the back of your cabinet. Lynk’s smooth sliding shelf ($63) extends out of your cabinet, no matter how heavy your pots and pans are, to make locating what you need in a breeze. These kitchen organization ideas will help save your sanity.
Speaking of Lynk, their organizer rack ($50) is your answer for utilizing that small, awkward cabinet everyone seems to have. Only needing 8 ¼ inches across, the rack can squeeze into skinny cabinets and organize about 18 lids, depending on their size. Here are some more compact kitchen organizers (that are affordable, too!).
Storage and organization doesn’t have to break the bank. This pan shelf from DecoBros is a steal at only $14 and can be used standing up or laid on its side, depending on what best suits your space. By the way, take a look at the best places to buy inexpensive kitchen gadgets online.
Corner cabinets aren’t just dead spaces. Rev-A-Shelf’s blind corner unit ($330) has two-part, gliding shelves that can extend completely out of the cabinet for effortless access. For corner cabinets with independently hinged doors, Dowell’s lazy susan shelving unit ($99) is a great option for storing pots and pans.
Put your cabinet or pantry doors to work with Simple Houseware’s lid organizer ($15 for two). The racks, which each hold three lids at a time, can be screwed into doors or walls to keep pot and pan lids within easy reach. Next, learn how to thoroughly clean your kitchen cabinet doors.