Published at Wednesday, January 09th 2019. by Pascaline Bailleul in utensil holder.
Further, the crocks themselves will get dirty, especially as they‘ll most likely sit close to your stove. Make sure you choose something that you can easily wash or clean to keep it looking good. Plus, you wouldn‘t want to put clean cooking tools into a really dirty holder!
Anyone can put a bunch of tools in a regular ol‘ crock, but we love this idea from Anita at Cedar Hill Farmhouse: She put her tools in a stainless steel pitcher. Another idea? A vintage Champagne bucket would work just as well.
Kitchen drawers can quickly become cluttered with cooking tools. Most of us have loads of utensils — from wooden spoons to whisks and more. And if you’re anything like me, they’re a jumbled mess in the drawer… or several drawers. Get your utensils in order once and for all with these easy and pretty organization ideas.
This DIY storage trick makes smart use of an usual source: plumbing supplies. Medina at Grillo Designs mounted plumbing pipe clips on a piece of wood, which she then hung on her wall to create a rustic and handy utensil hanging rack.
These modern utensil holders are made from a special concrete formula that feels uniquely smooth. The proprietary recipe, developed by a family-run company in Maine, includes recycled stone dust to help keep waste out of landfills. Each one is hand-burnished with a sealer to protect the finish and has a cork bottom.
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