&bull 2 Songyun and Jae's Nooks, Crannies, and Niches - We like the wood color of this pot rack. It also seems like it's hung higher, and thus more out of the way, visually.
&bull 3 Lori's Latin Lair - Wow! This one has not just pots but just about everything else you need to cook, too.
&bull 4 Maxwell and Sara Kate's place - Here the pot rack hangs directly over the island, and together they frame in the kitchen.
&bull 5 Susy's Organized Kitchen - This pot rack is hung in the corner between the ceiling and the wall, which keeps it out of the way.
&bull 6 Keep it rail - The steel pot rack against the white tile in this kitchen from Living Etc. is really beautiful.
&bull 7 Mom's New Yellow Kitchen - Love how this rack has space for lids, too.
&bull 8 Matt's DIY Pot Rack - An inspiring set of directions for a DIY pot rack.
&bull 9 Wall-Mounted Pot Rack - A beautiful pot rack on the wall, instead of on the ceiling.
&bull 10 Bicycle Wheel Pot Rack - An unusual look, made with a bicycle wheel.
&bull 11 Sean and Holly's Hot Pink Kitchen - A classic, functional pot rack right over the stove.
&bull 12 Creative Ideas from College Students - This recent article from The New York Times featured perhaps the most unusual pot rack we've seen: a wire frame attached to the ceiling. We're not sure how sturdy this would be, but it gets high marks for originality!
&bull 13 Tara's Tiny Kitchen - Tara seems to have the best of both: a pot rack above the stove, but not directly over it. Hopefully this keeps her pots within reach but out of the way of the worst splatters.
&bull 14 Jennifer's Sturdy Copper Rack - It looks like Jennifer's rack is halfway down the wall, which looks rather more accessible.
&bull 15 Kitchen Rack - A wall-mounted rack at Martha Stewart makes use of vintage porcelain or enamel supports and a new bar.
These are just a few of the pot rack installations we've seen lately. Do you have a favorite model, look, or installation you've seen? Share a link!
(Top image: Living Etc)