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Add a touch of class to your kitchen with this collection of pot racks. Store and organize your pans on a wall-mount, ceiling-mount or free-standing cookware racking solution. Free Shipping.*

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  • Square Espresso Wood Ceiling Rack

    Today $70.34 Compare $100.40 Save 30%

    Nov 25, 2014

    snoop711  from jersey shore,nj, Rating:5.0

    Hang our pots and pans up . It's a little tricky to put up but once up its sturdy and worth the money. You can fit about 8-10 pretty heavy pot or pans on there.

  • Aug 21, 2014

    cchandl142  from St Louis MO, Rating:5.0

    Just moved into a new townhouse with a small galley kitchen and not enough cabinet space. We had the idea to hang our pots n pans to save space. I selected this ceiling mounted rack largely due to the natural wood finish (that is a close match to our cabinets) and the dimensions (fit the space we had available to hang it). The pot rack suspends from the ceiling on S-type hooks that were easy to install and you can decide how high or low by adjusting the location on the chains. The hooks that hold the pots n pans are solid; I found 16 to be enough and liked the swivel style - they work well in a corner location. There is also extra storage on top. I can't remember the max weight but it holds our average kitchen pots and pans and freed up much needed cabinet space.

  • Jul 26, 2014

    birichinaedolce  from Baltimore, MD, Rating:5.0

    I bought this pot stand because I moved into a very small apartment with little storage space. But I had a corner and when looking for hanging pot holders, I found this instead. I am really glad I did. It is very heavy metal and very heavy. I bought the dark metal and it was a good decision. I have stainless steel pots and pans and it looks great. It come sin a whole lot of pieces. But surprisingly, it's not bad at all to put together. Just lay your pieces out like the instructions show you and don't tighten the screws until it's all together. And when you get done you'll have a really cool pot stand. I love how the pots and pans are just right there for me to use without rummaging through a cabinet. I think I will use this for years. Enjoy your pot stand. It's a great item and well worth the money.

  • Great option for storage in the kitchen

    Oct 12, 2014

    jbell  from Dallas, TX, Rating:5.0

    This is a great low cost option for the pot stands in the marketplace. I purchased the gunmetal finish (grey). Note that the pot stand comes unassembled and will require time to put together. Takes a bit of time to put together. Instructions are clear but if you just always have screws connect in same direction, the many many screws and bolts will look even and professional. Be careful when using tools as metal finish will scrape. If concerned use towel or such to protect finish.

  • Oval 24-hook Grid Hanging Pot Rack

    Today $119.99 Compare $210.42 Save 43%
    Solid, good value. Chains are long

    Feb 2, 2014

    drivethru  from Saint Paul, MN, Rating:5.0

    Great pot rack with plenty of space for the avid home cook who has lots of pans. We wanted to purchase this in stainless steal, but ended up with the charcoal finish because of the price difference (and it matches our black concrete counterotps). We're very happy with the choice. The charcoal is a bit muted and it blends in well. The frame and hooks are very sturdy. The only problem we ran into was that the rack ended up hanging too low over our stove on the chains that it came with. We ended up skipping the chains altogether, hanging it straight off the vertical metal bars. It now sits at the perfect height for my tall husband (6'3"). PS: It comes with plenty of hooks -- over half of ours are still unused.

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