If your holiday meal plans involve large cooking and serving vessels, consider these 9 kitchen storage options
1. Hanging pot rack: Simple pot racks can be an inexpensive storage solution and are available with added features such as lighting.
2. Ceiling hooks: Of course, if you’re hanging your pots where they can be seen, you may want to invest in pretty ones.
3. Hanging shelf: If you don’t like the cluttered look of hanging pots but still like the idea of displaying them, consider a hanging shelf.The shelf keeps the ceiling plane open, which makes the room feel larger, compared to solid shelves or cabinets. Hanging shelves can also be a great spot to display plants and serving dishes.
4. Open shelves: Want to know a secret about open shelving? Whatever goes on the top shelf gets dusty, so it might as well be the large pots and platters you rarely use. Again, a pretty set works best here, especially if the open shelves are in a prominent place.
5. Blind corner: There are many new storage solutions available for corner cabinets. These awkward corners provide large storage that can work well for your biggest pots.
6. Storage bench: Storage benches are a good spot to keep rarely used platters and pans because they are out of the way but still close by.
7. Above appliances: To create a ready space for large items, I recommend you use a 24-inch-deep upper cabinet above your refrigerator or wall oven. Having this extra depth in an out-of-the-way cabinet creates a perfect storage spot for large items that you can divide however suits your need.
8. Platter drawer: I really love this idea. You can see everything easily.
9. Wall platter racks: This could work well in a dark hallway,plus platter racks are thin, so they can fit into a tight space.