How to Store Pot Lids: 8 Options for Any Kitchen

December 13, 2016
Posted in Kitchen


You don’t know where to keep your pot and pan lids so that it was convenient, space-saving and silent? We have collected a bunch of ideas for you – life will definitely get easier and happier. We guarantee. There are several options for any kitchen size and style.

Option 1 – Special Drawers

If your kitchen is pretty spacious and you may afford a full-fledged cabinet for storing pans and pots, take care about having a special drawer with the height of 10-15 cm for storing lids. This drawer may be located above or behind the pot storage zone.


Option 2 – Drawer Dividers

One more convenient option is drawer interior dividers, which help to organize the lids and pots in the same drawer, but without a mess.


Option 3- Pull-Out Kitchen Cabinet Organizers

It’s not cheap, but if you’re ready to spend money on pull-out kitchen cabinet organizers, pay attention to the models with sections for lids.




A less costly variant is a plastic sliding container, which moves on special rails mounted to the bottom of the cabinet or to its side.


Option 4- Tabletop Lid Organizers

If you have just 2-3 lids to store and plenty of space on your tabletop, you can use a tabletop lid organizer. Here you can also store cutting boards, flat bowls and even small pans.



Option 5 – Wall-Mounted Organizers

This is an option for those who don’t mind open storage systems.


Option 6- Kitchen Railings

You can use an individual railing just for storing lids:



Or use your existing railing for storing lids on the upper side and other utensils on the hooks:


Option 7- Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Finally we came to the option, which will be definitely appreciated by those who believe that the sense of order is possible only in closed storage systems. You can use common kitchen railings in the interior of your cabinet or special organizers:




Or use a budget option – cheap self-adhesive plastic hooks.


Or one more money-saving variant – a couple of screws and a few layers of copper wire.


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