Now is usually the time we start looking around the house for places to organize. One of the best things you can add to your cart this month are kitchen utility hooks. They’re useful and versatile—take a look at some of our favorite ideas for maximizing space. You’ll love having the essentials so close at hand.
Kitchen Utility Hooks Save Space
Hanging pots and pans makes a lot of sense if you don’t have cupboard space. Think of your cooking area strategically and add kitchen utility hooks above the stove. Pots and pans that you’ve spent a pretty penny on are worth displaying! Add a few extra hooks for cooking utensils and use the counter for prep work.
Any place you have open shelving can be enhanced with a little hanging space. Add kitchen utility hooks or a simple rod beneath one of the shelves. Hang mugs or anything that makes sense with a handle. Keeping things at reach is essential for any hygge hostess.
Cleaning out closets this month? Put your handbags on display using pretty kitchen utility hooks from your favorite vintage store. A collection of straw purses makes a lovely sort of gallery wall. Think of other items that you can pull out and display. A clean closet is a happy closet!
Rack ‘Em Up
Remember, when it comes to hanging things, you aren’t limited to hooks. A simple alternative to kitchen utility hooks are racks. Hanging racks are great for keeping cups and glasses easily accessible. Take a look at our article on landscape paintings and consider prettying up an otherwise neglected corner.
Sky’s The Limit
Keeping dishes exposed also makes sense if you find yourself prone towards entertaining. Install hanging rods and hooks for all of your cookware fundamentals. Stagger rods with enough space for the items you would like to hang. Use big hooks that make it easy to hang and remove items from the upper tier.
The kitchen sink is also a perfect place for keeping things high and dry. Use kitchen utility hooks to hang towels, scrubbers, and more. Perfect for areas that don’t have drawers handy. When hanging items, we recommend investing a little in the visual appeal. Choose scrubbers that are as pretty to look at as they are useful.
Out in the Open
As always, lean on the principles of minimalism when deciding what to hang. Display items artfully and meaningfully. Using hooks and rods should be practical and helpful. If cooking or cleaning just feels easier, you’ve accomplished your goal.