Have you ever been stumped by the many choices you can find at home improvement stores, yet could not find that thing that you needed that would suit your needs in the kitchen, while also complementing the look of your kitchen?
Well, if that’s the case, you could always build your own – and what better to DIY than utensil holders that would hold the things you need in the kitchen, while also being a lovely addition that might even make a great conversation piece, huh?
Put your creative skills to a test as you make one or two of these best DIY utensil holders for your kitchen.
1. Stripy Wood
The stripes in this wood could easily match your kitchen, even if the room has a contemporary design.
2. Copper Pipe Hanging Rack
Set up this copper pipe hanging rack and add some S-hooks for a simple yet functionable place to hang kitchen utensils, pipes, and pans.
3. Sleek, Magnetic Knife Rack
Put science to good use with this elegant magnetic knife rack.
4. Wooden Shelf and Rack
In creating shelves, try to make them in such a way that they serve a double purpose.
5. Artsy Recycled Holders
Make use of those empty cans or glass containers to create these artsy holders that you can decorate with scrapbook materials or paint.
6. Mason Jars
Upgrade your mason jars with some paint to make these adorable holders.
7. Simple Wire Rack
A no-nonsense wire rack will actually make a practical addition to your kitchen.
8. Swing Shelf
Add some flair into your kitchen with this stylish swing shelf. You can actually attach the wood part to the wall while still achieving the swing effect with the ropes.
9. Door Organizer
Have a discarded closet door just lying around? It could make a great organizer for your kitchen stuff.
10. Bohemian Organizer
Add some Bohemian charm to your kitchen with this combination of stainless steel bars and bamboo holders.
11. Wooden Box
This wooden box adds rustic charm to any kitchen.
12. Upcycled Vases
Upgrade a discarded vase with some paint to create this stylish yet cheap holder for your kitchen.
The old-fashioned pegboard from your garage or shed could do wonders in the kitchen.
14. Rope-wrapped Canisters
Upgrade those boring canisters with rope; you’ll be surprised with the results.
15. Ladder Pot Rack
A ladder isn’t just a handy tool at home, it would also make an excellent pot rack for your kitchen.
16. Craft Boxes
Plenty of stores these days sell craft boxes. Make use of this to easily organize your stuff.
17. Lego Blocks
Aha! This one is perfect as project for the kids. Let them make this tower holder and they’ll be more at home in the kitchen.
18. Tin Can Caddy
Upgrade your tin cans with decoration and put them in a caddy that would be handy and cute to use in the kitchen.
19 Wooden Wall Holder
This one is actually so easy to make and attach to the wall.