No need to worry about your pots anymore, just hang in there.
If you live in an urban house then you know the struggles of owning a small kitchen. It's no surprise to find a refrigerator in the sitting room, even more, its hard holding more than three people in the kitchen at once. It's okay, you're not alone. When you think of friends with bigger spaces, you can console yourself with this one fact: A kitchen however big, will always be in need of more space.
It’s an unexplained phenomena. Maybe it’s the power of numbers. I mean, just how many things can you pack in cabinets and look neat? Or maybe it’s just the power of design. The kitchen is a place for spontaneous creations (hopefully you can cook), sometimes you just need to mix up things up to make it a bit more homey.
That’s why it’s important to own a pot rack.
If you have a respectable collection of kitchen ware then you may have realized the importance of maximizing the amount of ground you have in the kitchen. Unlike cups and plates, it’s not an easy feat planning on where to store pans and skillets.
The answer is getting racks. Here are five different designs you can try.