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  • Erica

    17 kitchen organizing tips from Martha Stewart. Use a hand rail and s hooks to store pots. Hand rails support more weight than towel racks.

  • Brittany Mosqueda

    Pots & Pans storage

  • Iris Gutt

    Pot Rack You don't need a prairie-size kitchen to manage the chaos of pot storage. A handrail and several S-hooks will turn a few square feet of wall into a convenient rack for kitchenware. Handrails are better than towel bars for the job, because they support more weight. Look for them, in sizes from 12 to 32 inches long, at surgical-supply stores. As for the pots and pans, you already know which cabinet door hides an avalanche of those. And other great kitchen organizing tips

  • Joy Campbell

    Hanging pots and pans: 30 DIY Storage Solutions to Keep the Kitchen Organized {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

  • Lisa Blanchard

    safety hand rail to pot rack Under The Table and Dreaming: 30 DIY Storage Solutions to Keep the Kitchen Organized {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

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