Monday, April 26, 2010
Personally, I've never been fond of the pot racks that hang from the ceiling; there's something about having something hanging over my head that is bothersome to me. (And maybe it also has something to do with being short.) But wall-mounted pot racks are an entirely different story.
I'm finding two main brands of wall-mounted pot racks. The first is Enclume, which has copper-plated, brass-plated and chrome-plated racks - as well as hammered steel.
The second is Rogar, with the same types of finishes - and also a black version. Both the Rogar and Enclume pot racks come in a range of lengths. [image from here.]
Some pot manufacturers, like Calphalon, also make pot racks.
[image from here.]
Cuisinart also has a pot rack - which I couldn't find on the company's web site!
And if you want something special, check out the wrought iron pot racks from Kitchen Irons.
And of course, another wall-mounted option is the pegboard.
Using the Walls: 6 Kitchen Rail Systems