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Pull Out Pots Organizer

Kitchen: Pots and Pans Organizer

December 30, 2013 Sarah Coggins

We have a reasonably long “to do” list for the kitchen in our house. Nothing overly pressing. Mostly wants. One of which was conquered over the weekend thanks to a Christmas gift.

Pull Out Pots and Pans Organizer

The pots and pans cabinet has always been a frustration. Even in our last house. Pots stacked inside one another would get stuck and scratched up so we tried to stack larger on top of small which made an odd tower. Our pans and lids were also stacked as well. We were forever knocking some over or having to pull most out to reach the single item we wanted without sending others flying. Seriously, first world problems here, but something we could change.

After searching online for options, I came upon the Rev-A-Shelf 2 Tier Metal Pull Out Basket. Yesterday, the boys installed it (ok, technically Trent did the majority, but he did get a little assistance from our son).

Pull Out Pots & Pans Organizer: installation

Before the new pots and pans organizer could be installed, they had to literally break out the shelf in the back of the cabinet. We had to do the same thing in our last house when we installed a set of tray dividers in a base cabinet for pan storage. This time we had an assistant that fit perfectly in the cabinet and wanted to help put out the remaining staples.

Pull Out Pots & Pans Organizer: helper

The main installation and organization were completed by Trent while the rest of us were at the mall for a couple of hours. And when we came home? We found this:

Pull Out Pots & Pans Organizer

Just looking at it makes me happy. No more awkwardly stacked pots and pans to rummage through when cooking. And, no more worrying about pots getting stuck inside one another and getting scratched up. Now we can easily access any single piece.

Cost: free – Christmas gift (thanks, Mom & Charles!) but to purchase your own pots and pans organizer, budget for about $125. We actually had been talking of buying itĀ ourselves soon. It seemed a worthwhile cost to save our sanity and keep from further damaging (and needing to then replace) our cookware.

2 Comments

  • Julie S. December 31, 2013 at 8:39 am
    We have something just like this but OH I wish my cabinet for that was as wide as yours! :)
    • Sarah Coggins December 31, 2013 at 9:27 am
      Thanks! This is actually a slight downsize from what we had in our last house. After almost 10 years and having everything work relatively well (this was on my wish list then too), it's an adjustment shifting to a new arrangement. Happy to have this cabinet functioning better now!

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