Pan storage?

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  • Mogie Mogie on Oct 26, 2018

    What about pan storage would like to know?

  • Dfm Dfm on Oct 26, 2018

    if you have space, peg board and hang them up, food side to the wall.

  • Sheri Tovcimak Sheri Tovcimak on Oct 27, 2018

    I took the turntable (or shelf if it has one instead) out of a corner cupboard and screwed hooks in all around the sides to hang pots and pans. Bakeware goes on the "floor" of the cupboard. Lids are stored in a dollar store lid rack. I have an oven drawer, so broiler pan and cookie sheets go in there. You do need to be able to get down there and reach in, but it organizes them all.

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    • Carole Atson Carole Atson on Oct 27, 2018

      I’m in my 70s so I put a 4 drawer dresser between the kitchen and dining room. ALL of my pots, pans and lids are there. No more bending for me.

      As for the question asked, maybe you can attach a towel or curtain rod to the side of your cabinets/cupboards then get your S hooks and add pots. That’s one way to have to keep the bottoms real clean 😬

  • Oliva Oliva on Oct 27, 2018

    You can also purchase an oval pot rack that suspends from your ceiling. Pots and pans are hung from "S" hooks.

    • Pam Thompson Pam Thompson on Oct 27, 2018

      Thx, this was my original intent but hubby nixed the idea. I saw where someone had taken a sturdy towel bar and attached it to the space above the top cupboards. Then used long s hooks to hang their pans. Unfortunately I can't remember where I saw this.🙁 Thx for your input.

  • Oliva Oliva on Oct 27, 2018

    Hi, Pam, as another option, consider Kohler's Purist Grab bar. It's contemporary lookinh, and when attached to wall studs, should support many more pounds more safely than a thinner towel bar.

    Perhaps this is the time to consider a new set of cookware... :)!

    Too bad you haven't the room for a larger baker's rack or cabinet...

    Good luck!

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