After posting kitchen organization items for the bedroom, we started to think about the many ways we've seen the classic kitchen rail used throughout the home. In bathrooms, workspaces and closets, kitchen rails can provide just the right amount of storage without eating up floor or counter space. Click below for 8 areas in your home where the IKEA Grundtal rail or Asker rack could come in handy...
AT: Boston featured two great uses for the Grundtal towel rail: Use it as (1) garden storage in an outdoor area, or (2) a place to hang your coats in an entryway.
AT: LA's post on Going Vertical suggests using a kitchen rail to (3) organize your workspace, or (4) keep your bathroom sink uncluttered.
Kitchen racks and pot hooks work well as bag, belt, and scarf hangers in (5) a bedroom closet, or (6) a closet-less room that needs a rail for hanging up clothes.
This photo of Degerkas' sewing room from the Fall Cure shows that kitchen storage works well for (7) craft supplies. You can also use a traditional or magnetic kitchen rack in the (8) garage to organized tools.
Last but not least, the 9th place to put your kitchen rack to use...in the kitchen. This extremely organized photo comes from AT reader Katie.