This would match the plan for the cast iron and would hold a lot of weight

Easy Hanging Pan Rack

Hanging Pan Rack - I love the industrial feel. Old pipes would be awesome for this!

15 great ideas for home

15 great ideas for home

High-quality stainless steel saucepans and sauté pans, cast iron skillets, a great set of knives, a wooden cutting board and a Dutch oven that can go from stovetop to oven — these are the workhorses of the kitchen and are worth the investment.

Hanging pots and pans is an effective way to clear out those kitchen cupboards and stop the clutter.

The wall next to your stove doesn't have to stay blank: Use two rails and S-hooks to hang pots and pans, and store lids safely between the rails and the walls. See more at The Order Obsessed

The Easy-to-Add Super-Stylish Storage Solution Every Kitchen Needs

The Easy-to-Add Super-Stylish Storage Solution Every Kitchen Needs

Rails are one of our kitchen storage favourites. They’re especially good for big storage users like pots and pans and mean that everything is always findable and easy to grab too.

A Cheerful & Colorful Cozy Rental in Massachusetts

House Tour: A Cheerful & Colorful Rental

pots & pans /// Tour a spacious rental with natural light and white walls with thrift finds, artwork, travel mementos and bright pops of color.

Like the side of your lower cabinets. It's the perfect spot to hang heavy, clunky items that are annoying to store — like colanders or cutting boards. See more at Far Above Rubies  »

20 Sneaky Storage Tricks for Tiny Kitchen

Use Forgotten Spaces Like the side of your lower cabinets. It's the perfect spot to hang heavy, clunky items that are annoying to store — like colanders or cutting boards. See more at Far Above Rubies

8 Design Ideas for Kitchens With Little to No Counter Space

8 Design Tricks for Kitchens With Barely Any Counter Space

DIY Kitchen Decor: A rail at the end of a cabinet is a perfect use of wasted space. Hang pots & pans from it.

Rather than use space in her cabinets, blogger Anita Diaz added a piece of reclaimed wood to her kitchen island in order to hang cutting boards, pots, and pans.

15 Genius Kitchen Storage Spots Hiding Right Under Your Nose

FOR THE SIDE OF THE PANTRY!Heavy, clunky kitchen tools, like cutting boards and colanders, fit awkwardly into cabinets — so why not hang 'em on the outside instead? This way they'll be easy to grab and put away. See more at Far Above Rubies

Like this shelf with the bar to hang underneath. Also like the look of the wooden shelf and metal bar

This Shaker-style galley kitchen merges vintage with contemporary

Like this shelf with the bar to hang underneath. Also like the look of the wooden shelf and metal bar

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