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Storage Solutions Organizing Pot and Pan Lids…3 Ideas When we talk about storage for pots and pans, we can usually come up with a pretty straightforward solution. The real challenge is all those pesky (but necessary) lids of all shapes and sizes that go with those pots and pans. In an ideal world, we’d have enough space to keep each pot covered with its own lid for super easy retrieval. In the real world, however, some of us have to resort to stacking our pots and pans to conserve storage space, so keeping them with their lids on is not an option. Searching for that particular cover for that specific pot or pan when you’re in the middle of cooking can be frustrating and time-wasting. Here are three ideas that can help you get the lids of your pots and pans organized once and for all. And at the same time, you can enjoy cooking without the frantic last-minute search. 1. Lid organizer: You can actually buy a tool called a lid organizer. If you click the one pictured in this article, you will be directed to that product on Amazon. It actually holds nine or more lids very nicely. 2. Towel bar: Another option is to install a towel bar or two on the inside of a cabinet or on the wall. Lid “handles” can then rest on top of them. 3. Tension rod dividers: A third possibility is to purchase tension rods to use as dividers inside a drawer or cabinet.
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Storage Solutions Organizing Pot and Pan Lids…3 Ideas When we talk about storage for pots and pans, we can usually come up with a pretty straightforward solution. The real challenge is all those pesky (but necessary) lids of all shapes and sizes that go with those pots and pans. In an ideal world, we’d have enough space to keep each pot covered with its own lid for super easy retrieval. In the real world, however, some of us have to resort to stacking our pots and pans to conserve storage space, so keeping them with their lids on is not an option. Searching for that particular cover for that specific pot or pan when you’re in the middle of cooking can be frustrating and time-wasting. Here are three ideas that can help you get the lids of your pots and pans organized once and for all. And at the same time, you can enjoy cooking without the frantic last- minute search. 1. Lid organizer: You can actually buy a tool called a lid organizer. If you click the one pictured in this article, you will be directed to that product on Amazon. It actually holds nine or more lids very nicely. 2. Towel bar: Another option is to install a towel bar or two on the inside of a cabinet or on the wall. Lid “handles” can then rest on top of them. 3. Tension rod dividers: A third possibility is to purchase tension rods to use as dividers inside a drawer or cabinet.
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