Skip to main content
eBay
  • Daily Deals
  • Sell
  • Customer Support

Promoted item:Iron Hanging Pot Holder Pan Hanger Kitchen Storage Utility Cookware Hook Rack

Iron Hanging Pot Holder Pan Hanger Kitchen Storage Utility Cookware Hook Rack

    • 147 watching
    • |
    • 70 sold
  • Condition
  • New
  • Time left
  • 9d 4h 23m
  • Shipping
  • FREE
  • Sold by
  • 99.6% Positive Feedback
  • US $59.97
    Buy It Now
  • Quantity 8 Available
  • See details

$49.97
0 bids
$9.99
0 bids
$12.73
0 bids
$179.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
  • 17 watching
  • |
  • 8 sold
$275.00
0 bids
$17.50
2 bids
Free Shipping
$77.85
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
$13.99
1 bid
Free Shipping
$32.26
1 bid
Free Shipping
$125.00
Buy It Now
$45.00
0 bids
$69.90
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
  • 7 watching
  • |
  • 1 sold
$19.99
0 bids
$25.99
0 bids
$55.95
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
  • 44 watching
  • |
  • 33 sold
$250.00
Buy It Now
$50.00
0 bids
$38.00
1 bid
$42.37
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
$19.99
1 bid
$25.00
0 bids
$40.00
0 bids
$36.99
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
$29.99
0 bids
$59.99
0 bids
$49.95
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
  • 483 watching
  • |
  • 77 sold
$78.00
Buy It Now
$59.99
0 bids
$0.99
0 bids
$25.95
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
  • 19 watching
  • |
  • 10 sold
$224.99
0 bids
$99.11
0 bids

About Pot Rack

A pot rack can both save you space in your kitchen as well as display your favorite pots beautifully. They come in many shapes, sizes, finishes, and costs, so finding the right one for you can be a challenge.First, find out where you have space for your pots. There are hanging pot racks, ceiling pot racks, wall-mounted pot racks, and free standing pot racks. Look in your space and determine where the most convenient location would be. Also, which rack would most enhance the feel and look of your kitchen. If you have a small galley kitchen, a small wall rack is probably a better choice than a large hanging rack, which would simply dwarf your already small space. The options are really endless. You can put one or more straight racks on a wall, extend racks out and put shelving above for storage, put a rack in a corner and build it vertically, or put a rectangular or straight rack above an island work space for ultimate convenience. You can also hang pot racks in front of windows to maximize space capability. Second, choose a suitable material. Pot racks can be made in a variety of materials including wood, brass, chrome, copper, stainless steel, and wrought iron. The important thing to keep in mind here is weight. Wrought iron is the heaviest, while aluminum is the lightest, typically. Make sure that your ceiling or wall is strong enough to hold the rack full of pots. Keep in mind that dry wall and drop ceilings provide the toughest sort of installation and should be mounted with reinforced hooks in preparation for a pot rack.