Dishtowel Storage for the Storage-less Kitchen

Dishtowel Storage for the Storage-less Kitchen

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Regina Yunghans
Oct 1, 2008

Storage envy - we don't even have a place to hang the dish towel! Recently, we set out to find hardware for doing just that in our tiny storage-challenged kitchen. The range handle (or, as we call it, dish towel bar) in our new apartment has a solid handle with no space for hanging anything. We're renting, so we were looking for hardware that wouldn't mar the walls or cabinetry and could easily go with us when we move. Here's what we came up with on the hunt...

Magnetic hooks seem like a possible solution here, as long as they're strong ones that won't slide down the fridge or oven door when they have a little weight on them:

We liked these classic-looking chrome hooks at cooking.com, for $7 each.

This magnetic hook by Rovel swivels, so it can fold up against the 'fridge whenever it's not in use. Also around $7 each.

Our favorite option is probably this over-cabinet-door towel bar, which sells for $10 at Tiny Living.

Top Photo: Via: Absolutely Beautiful Things

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