SparkWorks Wall Mounted Pot Rack

Last updated: February 8, 2020

SparkWorks Wall Mounted Pot Rack

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We looked at the top Pan Organizers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Pan Organizer you should buy.

Overall Take

In our analysis of 19 expert reviews, the SparkWorks Wall Mounted Pot Rack placed 5th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

This beautiful and sturdy bookshelf style wall mounted piece can be used as a shelf for cookbooks, baskets, or bakeware, and as a pot rack with cookware suspended below.

Expert Reviews


What experts liked

Eight angled hooks provide easy accessibility for hanging pots and pans. Ideal for placing cookbooks, small potted plants or other items that add a personal touch, it can lend the kitchen a nice measure of classic style and elegance.

What experts didn't like

Overview

When your kitchen is clean and organized, you’ll find preparing and cooking meals goes much more smoothly. Installing a few organizers is a great way to keep like items neatly together and in a dedicated spot. Fortunately, there are many different types of pan organizers on the market that fit every budget and pan collection.

Take a look at your available storage space and how many items you have to organize. Keep in mind that some organizers, like the Simple Houseware Kitchen Pantry Organizer Rack, can hold baking sheets, cutting boards, small casserole dishes and lids in addition to pans.

Simple organizer racks come in two styles. You can get them with rubber feet, so they stand on their own or with a mounting count. Either style can typically be installed vertically or horizontally. For example, the Deco Brothers Kitchen Pan Organizer Shelf fits four pans horizontally and five vertically. How you install it will most likely depend on the space you have in your cabinet.

Should you fill your cabinets and still have a few pots and pans leftover, go with an organizing shelf, like the Cooks Standard Wall Mounted Wooden Pot Rack. Most wall racks allow you to store items on a top shelf and hang items from swivel hooks underneath.

Large homes and homes with big families may require a full baker’s rack. The Whitmor Baker’s Rack with Removable Cutting Board stands 3 feet tall and has four shelves, as well as a series of hooks for hanging pans, cooking utensils or mugs. Since the bottom shelf is capable of holding up to 250 lbs., you’ll also have a place to store your small appliances.

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