The Perfect Potrack. We have a vaulted ceiling which would make hanging a traditional potrack from the ceiling tricky so we were looking for a potrack to mount on the wall. Most wall-mounted potracks wouldn't hold very many pots but this one is able to hold 8 pots and pans (including a 12" fryer and large stockpot) comfortably. We are very happy with this potrack and have received several compliments on how nice it looks. We did order additional matching pot rack hooks which were also available on this site. You cannot hang hooks from the grid shelf, just from the frame of the rack.
I really like this potrack, except for.. It is exactly as described. The color I chose is very pretty. It holds the weight perfectly, even with a couple of iron skillets. The one thing that is wrong, is that it does flake. I laid pot lids on the top, and when I went to slide a lid off, the paint chips. So I put cookbooks on there instead. Even though it is affordable, looks pretty, holds the weight, easy to hang...I would not recommend this particular item for one reason only....because it flakes.
12 Hooks? You've Got to be Kidding. Ours is purely functional. With 52 hooks, many holding up heavy black Calphalon pots and pans, and the top surface packed as well, this rack rocks! I'd put it right up there with muscle cars. With the rack packed to the max, ceiling light can't get through, so we suspended two drop lights in the center space. Perfecto!
This item is the absolute best!!! This product is very easy to hang. I highly recommend that one attaches the hangers from the ceiling joists. It is heavier than I anticipated. I actually weighed it myself. 17 pounds is what I came up with. This pot hanger adds a wonderful touch to my kitchen and dining area. I give this product a definite thumbs up. I am very pleased.
Good Hooks. These hooks are used on a "modified" pot rack. I used a metal wall hanging as a pot rack and needed hooks which matched the black metal, were sturdy, and fit over the wire of the hanging to hold my pots. These were moderately priced and worked well. My pots now hang conveniently from an "oak leaf" without my spending a lot of money.
Imagine all your kitchen's empty, up-above area put to good use. With these pot racks installed, you can save cabinet space and eliminate hassle. Try a hanging pot rack above your stove for quick access. Some of the materials available include gleaming copper, sturdy iron, durable wood and lustrous stainless steel. A lighted pot rack provides sharp, illuminated focus on your cookware. Turn a bare wall into an organized storage area with a wall pot rack. And as your kitchen equipment list grows, having a backup plan's a good idea. Add extra hooks or a shelf for additional storage space.
One of the best known facts by great cooks is the overwhelming importance of organization, knowing where what you need is kept and being able to get a hand on it, literally, in the heat of the moment. These racks allow you to store kitchen utensils, pots and pans stylishly, conveniently and with minimal hassle.