Kitchen pot hanging racks free up your kitchen space and can be a great space saving addition to small and large kitchens regardless of size. Pots and pans can take up a lot lot of your kitchen space, but a hanging pot rack can make it easier to access without having to dig through the cupboard to find the right one, and can accent your kitchen’s overall design.
10. Roger Hammered Steel Rectangular Pot Rack
This pot rack from Rogar comes with a total of fourteen hooks (eight regular and 4 grid hooks) to hold your various pots and pans. It comes in a hammered steel and chrome color which looks like a dark gunmetal color and weighs about twelve pounds before adding your pots. Dimensions wise, the pot rack is 30 in x 15 in x 2 in and is attached to your ceiling with the four included chains.
One of the benefits of this pot rack is that your pot lids can be placed on top of the grid to keep them together with the pots. You have flexibility with hook placement and can put them either on the rack or the grid for customization. Hanging the rack can be difficult, and you will want to make sure that the rack is anchored into a ceiling beam.
9. Contour Essentials Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Kitchen Pot Rack with 10 Hooks
This pot rack from Contour Essentials has room to hold up to 10 pieces of cookware with the included hooks. The compact design of the pot rack’s dimensions are 24 in x 9 in x 19 in, and comes in black. This particular pot rack is wall mounted, and has a built-in shelf that has room for storing additional pots or other cooking essentials.
The wire shelf gives flexibility to where you can hang the cookware with the included hooks. Installation wise, you may need to purchase different hardware for mounting the the new pot rack as various users have reported poor quality wall anchors and too small screws.
8. Zesproka Kitchen Wall Pot Pan Rack, with 10 Hooks, Black
The pot and pan rack from Zesproka fits in a 24in x 8 in x 12 in space and comes with ten hooks for storing various pots and pans. The rack has three poles that aid in organizing your kitchen tools in different layers and the wall mounted design can be installed with ease; 15 minutes according to the manufacturer. The grid design shelf is perfect for holding sauce pans, and once installed, the pot rack can hold between 22-44 lbs.
While the rods do help to organize your pots and pans, this takes away from being able to use the grid shelf to hang things from, and you may need to get different hardware to anchor the pot rack if you intend to have the rack hold a heavy weight.
7. Plumeet Multifunctional Wall Hang Kitchen Rack
The Plumeet kitchen rack is made of an aluminum alloy that can hold between 30-40 lbs of weight. The lightweight design can be installed onto your wall with either screws or glue, though screws will be the better option to allow it to hold the intended weight. It comes with 10 hooks to hold your pots and pans and the shelf has two hollow cups that can hold tableware, spatulas, and other kitchen utensils. The bar also has slots for holding scissors and knives as well.
The downside to the kitchen rack is that you’re limited on what can be stored on the shelf. At 4.8 inches you can store small items like spices or other small kitchen items and with the hooks you can only fit pans and utensils.
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6. VDOMUS Square Grid Wall Mount Pot Rack
The grid design of the pock rack from Vdomus allows you to hang pots and pans with ease using the ten included hooks in a customizable layout. The shelf can hold lids and other kitchen items with ease and is supported by two arms that mount directly into the wall.
The pot rack is perfect for kitchens where space can be an issue and can hold about six pans depending on how you place them. That being said, this pot rack is not intended for holding a lot of weight with the included hardware, so care should be taken to not overload the shelf.
5. Old Dutch Half-Round Pot Rack with Grid
This oiled copper pot rack from Old Dutch comes with twelve hooks that can be hung from the rack or grid for your pots and pans. The pot rack holds up to 40 pounds and fits perfectly into a small kitchen. With the shape of the pot rack, you can’t use the top of the grid as a shelf unless they are smaller items.
Installation can be an issue as several of the spots for mounting the pot rack to the wall are in awkward locations, but once installed, the pot rack is quite sturdy.
4. Cooks Standard Ceiling Mount Wooden Pot Rack
This single bar, ceiling mounted wooden pot rack from Cooks Standard comes with 4 hooks for your pans and two swivel hooks that can be used for utensils. Additional hooks can be added to hold additional pots and pans. The pot rack is 36 inches long and the brackets are made of solid aluminum.
The simple design of the pot rack bar takes up little room. For those that need additional shelf storage will need to look for other pot rack options as everything on this one hangs on the hooks.
3. Standard Wall Mount Pot Rack
This wall mounted pot rack from Cooks Standard has a modern style designed to fit in any decor. It comes with four pan hooks and two swivel hooks where additional hooks can be purchased separately. Lengthwise it is 36 in, long enough to hold plenty of pots and pans, and creates a shelf that can hold additional pots and other kitchen essentials.
2. Kinetic Classicor Series Wrought-Iron Oval Pot Rack 12021
This wrought-iron oval pot rack from Kinetic is ceiling mounted, and has a removable center grid that can hold lids and other items. It includes twelve pot hooks and the oval design allows for more flexibility in where your pots and pans can go. The chains that anchor the pot rack to the ceiling are adjustable to allow it to be placed so that you don’t hit your head.
1. Zesproka Kitchen Wall Pot Rack
With a weight capacity of 30-40 lbs, the pot rack from Zesproka is specially treated to prevent rusting. Its dimensions are 24x10x10 inches and includes ten s-type hooks. There are two ways to install the pot rack onto the wall with the brackets either on top or bottom to allow for extra space to store items on top.