9 DIY Kitchen Utensil Racks And Holders

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Everybody has utensils in the kitchens, and sometimes they are so many that you really need racks, shelves and holders to organize them all and not to clutter the kitchen. Today’s roundup will help you! We’ve gathered the coolest and easiest ideas to realize and keep your space in order. Ready to see them? Let’s do it!

The first up is a kitchen copper pipe rack, which is great not only for hanging utensils but also pots, skillets, planters and much more. The shelf is cool and stylish and will instantly give your kitchen a restaurant look, while copper is the trendiest metallic shade ever. Don’t forget S hooks to hang all the stuff you need!

DIY copper kitchen utensil rack (via www.apartmenttherapy.com)

DIY copper kitchen utensil rack (via www.apartmenttherapy.com)

This stylish small rack is made of a piece of wood and PVC pipes. The pipes are spray painted in several shades using the color block idea and placed on the wooden stand – you may attach them if you want. such a stand is very comfy in using and won’t take much space in your kitchen.

DIY utensil holder of PVC pipes (via www.allthingsthrifty.com)

DIY utensil holder of PVC pipes (via www.allthingsthrifty.com)

Gird-styled pinboards, accessory storage and stuff like that is very popular, and this grid holder is no exception. It’s made of wire mesh rebar, which was painted to fit the kitchen style, and then you just attach it to the wall and use S hooks to hang whatever you like. It’s very functional and can be used in all the rooms for holding different things. Enjoy!

DIY wire utensil kitchen rack (via abeautifulmess.com)

DIY wire utensil kitchen rack (via abeautifulmess.com)

This simple rack can be made in several minutes! You’ll need a piece of wood and plumbing pipe clips, which will hold the utensils. The only disadvantage of this rack is that the number of utensils is fixed, so if you buy more of them, there won’t be any space to put them. But if not – it’s a brilliant idea!

DIY wooden utensil rack with holders (via grillo-designs.com)

DIY wooden utensil rack with holders (via grillo-designs.com)

Pegboards are our everything: you won’t find a more functional and practical surface that can accommodate and hold a lot of things. A pegboard utensil holder will fit any kitchen, and all you need is some S hooks to hang the utensils. It’s a very fast and cool craft that everyone can try.

DIY pegboard utensil organizer (via www.herecomesthesunblog.net)

DIY pegboard utensil organizer (via www.herecomesthesunblog.net)

Such a utensil caddy is a nice idea for most kitchens – it’s a very comfy piece to use. The item is made of some wooden circles and tin cans that were painted and decorated with paper and burlap. The good thing is that such a caddy is mobile and you can take it wherever you cook, for example, if you are making something outdoors.

DIY upcycled utensil caddy (via rappsodyinrooms.com)

DIY upcycled utensil caddy (via rappsodyinrooms.com)

A vintage door painted with color block technique can be a nice utensil holder and organizer. You’ll need some magnetic strips, wire caddies and hooks, read the tutorial to find out how to attach them more effectively to accommodate everything you need.

DIY color block door utensil holder (via www.creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com)

DIY color block door utensil holder (via www.creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com)

This stylish modern utensil caddy is a rotating one, which makes it even more comfortable in using. It’s made of a wooden square, some metal cups and it’s rotating! So cool and comfy, and the design lets it become a harmonious part of any industrial, Scandi or modern kitchen, though if it doesn’t fit, you can always paint it.

DIY rotating utensil caddy (via www.homeyohmy.com)

DIY rotating utensil caddy (via www.homeyohmy.com)

This vintage industrial utensil organizer will be a nice idea for storing not only utensils but also many other things. It’s made of a wooden box and some industrial accessories, and I totally like the bold blue color that makes it more cheerful. Read how to make the organizer and how to place everything there with comfort in the tutorial.

DIY vintage industrial utensil organizer (via www.shelterness.com)

DIY vintage industrial utensil organizer (via www.shelterness.com)