ORGANIZING FAVOURITES: 15 WAYS TO ORGANIZE WITH BAKEWARE RACKS
It’s the last Thursday of November and time for my next Organizing Favourites post. This month, I’m putting the spotlight on bakeware racks and sharing 15 easy ways you can use them to get organized. But first, lets quickly go over what makes them a great organizing product.
5 Reasons Bakeware Racks Are Awesome Organizing Products
- Bakeware racks come in different sizes and finishes, and some are adjustable, making it easy to find one to match your functional and aesthetic needs.
- Bakeware racks create vertical storage for items making visibility and access easy.
- Because bakeware racks generally just sit on a flat surface, they don’t usually cause any damage, and are easy to move if your needs change.
- Bakeware racks are budget-friendly. Prices vary depending on size, finish and whether adjustable or not, but you can get the one pictured above at Dollarama for $3.50 (Cdn).
- Finally, bakeware racks are readily available at home stores, dollar stores and online, making them very easy to find.
15 Ways To Organize With Bakeware Racks
In the kitchen and pantry, a bakeware rack is your best friend! Use one to vertically store all the items you would otherwise have to stack, like casserole dishes.
And sheet pans.
And cutting boards too.
They also work great for cupcake and muffin tins.
And the cooling racks you place your delicious cupcakes and muffins on when they come out of the oven.
In fact, bakeware racks work great for all your baking needs, including cake pans.
And the trays you serve your yummy treats on!
Elsewhere in the kitchen, you can use a bakeware rack to keep your paper plates and napkins organized and tidy.
Finally, this this particular bakeware rack from Youcopia is adjustable, and therefore ideal, for any larger items you have to store that don’t fit in traditional bakeware racks (like my giant butcher block cutting board pictured!).
There are plenty of uses for bakeware racks outside of the kitchen too. Use one in your closet to store your cute clutches so you can see them all in a quick glance.
You can also use one in the office as a desktop file holder, at a much lower price than traditional desktop file holders. Seriously, can you even tell the difference?
Bakeware racks also work great in playrooms and craft rooms to hold colouring and activity books.
And paper for crafts.
Last, but certainly not least, bakeware racks are a great way to keep gift bags, gift boxes and tissue paper organized and easily accessible.
Use these 15 clever and easy bakeware rack ideas to organize your home and you can say goodbye to frustrating stacking and unstacking forever! Did I miss your favourite way to organize with bakeware racks? Let me know in the comments below. If you want to discover even more cost-efficient organizing ideas, click here to read my post on 10 organizing products under $20.00. For the first four featured products , click here for organizing with Command Hooks, here for tension rods, here for hanging shoe pockets, and here for magazine holders.
Because the last Thursday of December falls on Boxing Day this year, when I hope everyone will be making merry (if you celebrate a holiday during this time) or just relaxing and enjoying time with family and friends, there will be no Organizing Favourite’s post. But it will return in January when I focus on the key role labels play in getting and staying organized. If you like this post, please share it!