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.
The rustic look of the kitchen's reclaimed mushroom wood ceiling is a compelling textural pairing with the room's subway tile walls and terra cotta floor. Above the long island, a pot rack adds to the friendly farmhouse feel.
A large, white chef's kitchen offers simple, elegant lines and innovative storage. The kitchen island with backless cushioned stools provide's an eating and entertaining area while glass-front cabinets and a large pot rack let necessary kitchen items be part of the decor.
Sleek blue-gray cabinets pair with stainless steel countertops and backsplash for a chic, contemporary kitchen. Designed to be a chef's space, pots and ladles are hung under the upper cabinets for easy access.
This is the kind of kitchen people daydream about. The design is stately Mediterranean with dark wood details and exposed beams. And its amenities are countless: pizza oven, two islands, La Cornue range, SubZero refrigerator and freezer, just to get started.
This large kitchen feels simple in style, with white countertops, clean-lined cabinets and bare walls. But the amenities are chef quality and the long island makes sure there's plenty of prep space to go around.
Designed by "HGTV Star" contestant Anne Rue, this rustic Mediterranean kitchen features a grand flagstone hood surround, a custom-designed, reclaimed wood pot rack, and contrasting inset cabinets with exposed hardware.
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 hanging rack is a clever—and attractive—way to store pots and pans when you're short on cabinet space. This kitchen brings additional visual interest via its blue tile backsplash, a nice contrast with the all-white cabinets and countertops.
Pots and their lids are great partners on the stove, but inside the kitchen cabinet, not so much. Get a handle on the havoc and make your cabinets more functional by storing lids on the door with a minimalist rack like this steel model from The Container Store.