This would match the plan for the cast iron and would hold a lot of weight
This idea is a two-for-one: not only does this use up wasted space above your sink, but it also serves as a drying rack for pots and pans. Hang and let them drip dry after you wash them.
kitchen--and I love the hanging pot rack!
A neat way to store your pans is with screw-in cup hooks. For an overhead cabinet, line them up on the underside of a shelf, spacing them apart enough to ensure they'll each be easy to access.
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Rather than use space in her cabinets, blogger Anita Diaz added a piece of reclaimed wood to her kitchen island in order to hang cutting boards, pots, and pans.
Like this shelf with the bar to hang underneath. Also like the look of the wooden shelf and metal bar
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Like the side of your lower cabinets. It's the perfect spot to hang heavy, clunky items that are annoying to store — like colanders or cutting boards. See more at Far Above Rubies »