How do you store your saucepans?

(6 Posts)
PigletJohn Sun 27-Jan-13 14:05:01

I have seen them hung by the handles, though I think it looks untidy if exposed. Maybe hanging them in a fairly shallow cupboard could be neat

It would need to be shallow enough that you would not be tempted to stack stuff in front of them.

KatyTheCleaningLady Sun 27-Jan-13 13:50:51

I put mine in a cupboard and try not to think about them, in their untidy pile, with lids sliding back into the corner where I can't reach them, unless I have to get one of them out. It's so dreary.

ouryve Sun 27-Jan-13 12:53:39

the ones I use the most are stored on one of these, which fits just nicely under the bit of the worktop where the people who lived here before us had their fridge.
http://www.furnitureinfashion.net/tier-bathroom-trolley-65014-p-6612.html

Windowbasket Sun 27-Jan-13 12:50:20

special - good point, a cheaper one would be even better! This was just an example but you're right, I will have a look around. It is time for a saucepan cull - I actually need some new ones!

specialsubject Sun 27-Jan-13 12:07:24

worth it if you have the floor space - and you can get something similar for about half the price.

also is it time for a saucepan cull, do you actually need as many as you have?

Windowbasket Sun 27-Jan-13 11:55:05

Another question from me - spring cleaning and decluttering seems to be starting early here! At the moment my pans are all stored in a big pull-out kitchen drawer that keeps coming apart. It is a total mess and the pans are probably getting damaged too. Is there an easier way?! Saucepan rack, would that be any good? Saw one here but wasn't sure! www.johnlewis.com/231324348/Product.aspx - does anyone have anything like this and has it been a good idea?

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