Tackle one drawer at a time. Organizing solutions need not take a long time. Set aside a specified amount of time. Limit a maximum of 30 minutes for a large drawer or one that hold lots of items. Smaller, less full drawers put 10-15 minutes time maximum on these sized drawers. This way you stay focused, don't waste time, and you get done quicker and leave more time for other things. When kitchen drawer organizing is done in small, manageable chinks of time, then I find I am more likely to do it more often so will you.
The best place to put these handles, or your newfound racks, are under some of the cabinetry that you already have in place. Since in this case we're going to hang some cooking utensils on these racks, somewhere in the vicinity of the stove or spice rack is a good place to put them. Just like you would attach the handles to anything else you're going to attach them to your wall. If you have multiple handles, you may want to space them pretty close together so that it looks like you have one consistent area to organize all those utensils. Or, if you have little bits of wall space here and there you can also spread them out so they're available where ever you need them.
Once you have the handles attached to the wall, you should be able to fit two or three S-hooks on them. This way they will loop over the handles with a curved bottom of the hook coming up on the outside. This is where you can hang your utensils. As you may have noticed, most of the cooking utensils in your kitchen drawers have a loop at the top. It's meant for them to be hanging somewhere. By using a couple extra kitchen cabinet handles placed in open space on your wall you created that perfect area put those utensils away.
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