Installation
Installing a pot rack may seem like it is easy, but it can be tricky. It is also best if you have someone around to help you hold the pot rack up while hanging or mounting it.

Design
One of the most popular pot rack design choices is the Contemporary or Modern style. However, there are other options like Lodge, European, or even shabby chic.

Pot racks are an incredible, space-saving piece of furnature for kitchens. Instead of having to search for the pot or pan you are looking for in a cabinet or drawer, you get grab the exact pot you want off of the rack.
Shapes
There are several shapes of pot racks that can be hung from the ceiling. The most popular shapes are round, rectangular, and oval. Each of these shapes can provide a distinctive look and a functional furnishing.
Wall-Mounted
Wall-mounted pot racks are a good alternative for some kitchens. Instead of hanging from the ceiling, wall mounted racks are attached to the wall kind of like a shelf.
Purchasing
There are a number of things to consider when you are thinking of purchasing a pot rack. First, the size of the room and the location of furniture. A low ceiling dictates that a smaller pot rack is in order.
Materials
There are many pot rack designs and styles available. In fact, there are pot rack designs for almost any type of space and made out of several types of materials. Many pot racks are made out of stainless steel - this is durable and matches the color and style of most pots. Other pot racks can be made out of wood or cast iron.
Lighting
Lighted pot racks can also be an interesting choice for most kitchens. The lights on the bottom of the pot rack can be used to light a section of the kitchen or room. There are several types of lighting that can be used. Some people use focused lights for downlighting. Others choose to accentuate their pots to focus attention on certain aspects of the kitchen.