Hi Carolyn you could consider putting up some pegboard, than you can move them around anywhere you like :) Here's a pic I found on image google search. I think command hooks might work as well.
There are some ideas in here:
You fix Hooks for each or a Rail and "S" Hooks for many! Fixings are available at DIY stores...
You can add a shelf with hooks or just a board with hooks. They make wall pot racks that would work as well.
Hi Carolyn: What I did was to get a piece of wood about 1/2 inch thick, 3 inches wide and as long as my stove and screwed it into the studs of the wall. You can get whatever length you want. First, I painted it to match the wall and then screwed some hooks into it and hung my pots and pans from that. I have the widest bottom pots on each end, put the screws in for them, then put the next size pot next to that so I could see where to put the screw for that pot. Made a dent with the hook screw end and screwed it in. I did the same for the other side so that they would be hung evenly. Put the board on the table first, so that you are sure it's long enough to accommodate all of your pots. Put your pots next to the board and when you have the length you want, then cut the board to that length. Buy one longer than you need so you have room for your pots. You can make 2 rows, if you want, but it takes up a lot of room with 2 rows.
Here are a few creative ways to fo that. https://www.familyhandyman.com/list/12-creative-solutions-for-storing-pots-and-pans/#:~:text=Hang%20on%20the%20Wall,is%20level%20with%20these%20tips.
I have installed a metal grid on a few of my client's small kitchen walls, then you get some S-hooks to hang the pot n pans, and large utensils.,,,, https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=ALeKk01TqwQGYB7YWJGthzBZJ4kXNHgZNw:1602035418302&source=univ&tbm=isch&q=picture+of+a+kitchen+grid+for+hanging+pots&client=opera&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwivzZmAr6HsAhXEOn0KHXbjBw0QjJkEegQICRAB&biw=884&bih=418 A cheap grid can be made by finding a local Trane air conditioning sales in your area, and see if he will cut off the metal grid on a old conditioner before recycling. I scrub them up, and then spray paint them.
This is one way to do it: https://pin.it/4wzKwpi
This is a cute way to hang pots and pans: https://pin.it/3CL8bsv
This is a good video tutorial: https://youtu.be/UN2OG9zwxHg
Hi Caroline, here is how you hang pots and pans from the wall. Feedback
www.pinterest.com › ... › Kitchen › Pot Rack
Oct 23, 2013 - Hanging Pots and Pans creates a great flow in your kitchen. Don't open the cabinet ... Pans On Wall Diy . 41 Elegant Hang Pots and Pans On Wall.
Hello can you post a photo or tells us if your walls are drywall, brick, plaster or wood? Mounting devices vary for different materials.
Here is another idea from a home talker:
Here's a post that might help - https://www.familyhandyman.com/list/12-creative-solutions-for-storing-pots-and-pans/
Here is a post i did https://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com/diy-wall-planter-ideas-that-will-add-charm-to-your-home/
You could get something like this: https://amzn.to/3jJhP3Z
I'd use a pegboard
Here is a great and economical rack for hanging pots and pans from the wall. https://amzn.to/34JYU2C
You could use painted pegboard
Hi Carolyn, hope this helps with some ideas,