Pans and raised- handle lids are easy to grab yet out of sight with this slide-out. The rack, which can handle 100 pounds, comes with heavy-duty hooks and an easy-install mounting bracket; you provide the empty cabinet. About $200 from Glideware. | thisoldhouse.com
3. Hook and Hang Your Pots We often see pots and pans hung on hooks on kitchen walls or from a pot rack over the island, but sometimes that storage solution just doesn’t go with a home’s aesthetic. We love the idea of your most-used pots and pans from a bar on the side of your kitchen cabinets; since they’re not at eye level, they’re discreet, yet still handy.
Go with an all-white decorating scheme to make your bathroom feel more spacious. A slim tapering ladder shelf unit, like this from The White Company, provides essential storage. Decorate the bathroom with potted plants and bud vases to add a natural touch. Find more inspiration at housebeautiful.co.uk