Prior to the kitchen redesign, homeowners Sarah and John kept many of their pots and pans inside their kitchen cabinets. To free up cabinet space and put the space above the gathering area to good use, a pot rack pendant light was installed. The bottom of the pot rack sits 48 inches above the top of the table to allow proper space for pots to hang and ensure guests’ views of one another are not impeded.
This French country-style kitchen features all the amenities a chef needs to whip up a culinary masterpiece: a double oven, an expansive gas stovetop, multiple sinks, a wall-mounted pot filler and a hanging pot rack filled with copper pots and pans within reach.
The beautiful open plan kitchen features green marble countertops — a nod to the expansive scenery visible from the windows. A hanging pot rack above the island frees up cabinet space and allows easy access to the essentials.
In this small kitchen with minimal counter space, a table doubles as a prep station with a hanging pot rack overhead. Richly grained kitchen cabinets are illuminated by track lighting in the design featured on HGTV's Meg's Great Rooms.
Stackable stools and a hanging pot rack create extra space in this contemporary kitchen. The graphic lines of the glass tile backsplash are mirrored in the modern, glass fronted cabinets while the reclaimed wood table lends a rustic edge.
A large island and hanging pots are the focal points in this spacious kitchen. A copper range hood complements the pots hanging from the pot rack as well as the copper-colored tile floor. Green cabinetry and light-colored counters add contrast to the red hues.
A clever wall-mounted table made of reclaimed wood creates a bar-height dining space for four in this stylish small kitchen. When not in use, the powder-coated celery green barstools can be stacked and tucked beneath it.
The combination of dark wood cabinets and stainless steel create a kitchen with masculine style. An exposed metal duct pipe, industrial track lighting and a ladder on sliding rails emphasize the unexpected, a signature attribute of eclectic design.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott kept this kitchen’s original cabinets intact but repainted them a soft yellow. The new spacious island features a bamboo countertop, while the existing granite countertops were complemented by a backsplash made from ceramic tiles.
The patina of the terra cotta backsplash tiles and stone floor contrast with the modern range and classic stainless steel island. The vintage French lab stools used as barstools help add to the layered and curated look of the space.