Lighted Pot Racks

A common complaint in kitchens around the globe has to do with a lack of lighting. Good lighting in a kitchen is important in that it makes cooking and prep work easier, as well as safer. If you find that you could use more lighting but have little space or options, perhaps you might consider a lighted pot rack. In addition to providing additional light, this type of pot rack also provides a place where you can store pots and pans, as well as cooking utensils.

A lighted pot rack is a pot rack that includes lights mounted on it. These lights often point down to the space below the pot rack. They can also point to the area around the pot rack. Alternatively, they can be used to highlight pots or the pot rack itself. Most of the time the are used to provide light to the room in the same way that lights on a ceiling fan are used. In the remainder of this article, we wanted to provide you with some options for a lighted pot rack that you might consider.

Lighted Iron Pot Rack

Lighted iron pot rack featuring six double slip hooks is a gorgeous option. Measuring 33 inches wide by 20 inches deep and 16 inches high, this lighted pot rack is available in your choice of finishes

Forged Steel Pine Bows and Cones

One of the newest design options for a lighted pot rack is beautifully created with hand forged steel pine bows and cones. The style is homey and charming, which also features handmade lampshades. Perfect for a country or rustic style kitchen, this pot rack is functional while providing good lighting.

Colored Pot Rack

For ceilings that measure between eight and ten feet, you might consider a lighted pot rack that is designed for 40 or 60-watt light bulbs. This particular style is available in black, rust, and pewter, all with a baked on urethane coat for protection.

Down Lighted Pot Rack

A down-lighted, one tier pot rack is another great consideration. This design provides 12 slip-on pothooks, along with two, base sockets for 40 to 60-watt bulbs, handcrafted iron scrollwork, several different finishes, as well as mounting chains.

Wrought Iron

To create ambience and romance, you could choose a lighted pot rack that comes in your choice of 21 different designer finishes. With a candlelight single beam, this pot rack is crafted from hand-forged wrought iron, each of the racks proudly holding a pillar candle on the end. This design is perfect over a kitchen island or even in front of a large kitchen window.

European Flair

A lighted pot rack with a European flair is always a wonderful choice. For instance, you could choose one with French styling and down lights. Designed with six, candlestick lights along with two down lights, you will have all the lighting you need for any kitchen work. Capable of holding up to 10 pots and available in a number of finishes, most people fall in love with this pot rack.

Steppe Glass

Of course, if you want to go to the top of the line, you could easily pay $1,500 for a magnificent design. In this case, money would buy a lighted pot rack with Steppe glass, as well as recessed can and cover plate. The size of this lighted pot rack is also exceptional, featuring 16 hooks and two mounting brackets.