Having a small kitchen is actually practical and nice especially in a modern house, but it can be challenging to keep it neat. We need to put some tricks to tuck those pots and pants away from the surface without limiting the easy access. In this case, these tricks will do:
1. Slide Out Rack
This rack is built inside your kitchen cabinet and you can actually slide it in and out whenever you need to. It allows you to hang your pots and pans like in a rack but without the actual clutter.
Plus, you will have more room under the rack for even more storage while it will be easy to access them.
2. Everywhere a Hook
The best way to keep a small kitchen neat is by using every possible space it can provide. As for pots and pans, you only need to add a hook here and there and everywhere.
It allows you to hang the pans fast and grab it even faster while you make the kitchen tidier with more surface you can work on.
3. Lids Organizer
Sometimes, it will be easier to stack all the pots and pans in size order, but there are lids that prevent it. Separate them then if you need to.
Add a lid organizer or rack in your kitchen. It allows you to store multiple lids at once without consuming too much space, and now you get them all well stored and organized.
4. Kitchen Pegboard
Pegboard is always useful for a small kitchen. It actually looks good and stays so anyway, and it makes an effective organizer too. Especially for pots and pans, it will be a great combo.
Hang your favorite pots and pans on the pegboard using some hooks and you will get neat and effective organizer that looks edgy. Now, your kitchen is tidy and alive.
5. Towel Bar
Yes, it can be used outside the bathroom as well. Due to its shape, it will be a great place to hang your pots and pans too. The other good news is you can add it on a narrow space too.
Add a towel bar on the side of your kitchen cabinet, and you have a pots and pans organizer with easy access.
There are actually many options on shapes, colors, and designs for this item, and it will be very helpful for a deep drawer. We can maximize the room in there.
Divide the drawer into several sections adjusted to your need and store your pots and pans there. It helps in getting everywhere inside nicely and neatly, and it will be easy to take them out too.
7. Corner Kitchen Cabinet
The corner cabinet is actually one of the biggest cabinets in the kitchen and you can use the space for your pots and pans. You can simply replace the lazy Susan with rods to hang them.
In alternative, you can also install a rotating organizer that allows you not only to store but also to access them far easier and faster.
8. The Hang Ladder
The idea of hang ladder has been existed for centuries and it still works well. You can actually use real ladder for this, and you can also opt for something more modern you can buy at the store.
It keeps the pots and pans well organized while it will be easy to take them too. Plus, it makes a logical décor for a kitchen.
9. Roll Out Cabinet Organizer
This organizer maximizes the use of your cabinet. It allows you to store more pots and pans without cluttering them in one hole.
The shelf will get smaller as it gets taller. So yes, you can put smaller saucers on the top and bigger collections below. You don’t have to face challenges to find one particular pan anymore.
10. Use Your Backsplash
Your backsplash is often a forgotten available space. You can actually use this space to store your pots and pans while keeping it visible in case you need it.
Install one or two rods on your backsplash, and even more if you have a tall wall, and add some hooks to hang on. Now, it will be practical to hang them after washing too.
11. Hang Them in the Pantry
This idea will work even on a small and narrow pantry. If this is a walk in pantry, you can hang it on the back wall high and tall.
Just add a few rods, a peg board, or hooks on the wall and hang your entire collection in there. Now you pots and pans are well organized and easy to grab as well.
12. Open Wire Rack
This is actually a smart addition to a small kitchen. It has more than enough space for everything. Your bigger pots and pans can go to the bottom shelves.
You can store the smaller ones on top and add more stuff to store here too. In addition to it is being clear, it will be so fast to grab any pot or pan from now on.
13. Pot Rail Rules!
Pot rail will be your best friend if you have only a small kitchen with a huge collection of pots and pans. Add several rails on an awkward but vacant wall in your kitchen.
Use the space to hang your collection and you only need hooks to hang more and more pans on it. Now that awkward wall even looks nice too.
14. Separate the Lids
Sometimes, you only need to stack the pots and pans in size order to store them neatly. They will fit most cabinet kitchen sizes.
As for the lids, add an organizer on the back of the cabinet door to store them. It keeps the lid and pans in one cabinet without actually being stored together.
15. Vertical Rack
This rack actually looks really stylish and it really does the job well. Here you can store your collection based on size.
While it keeps them visible, it actually store them neatly. It will be easy for you to grab one, and it enriches the kitchen décor.