We admit it; we’ve got a bit of a kitchen knife obsession going on at Remodelista. Several of us have invested in knives too handsome to hide in a drawer; you, too? Here are 10 favorite wall-mounted knife racks.
Above: Designed by San Francisco–based Jacob May, the Bleached Maple Knife Strip comes with brass mounting screws; $180 at Quitokeeto. Above: From Wood All Good, a shop on Etsy based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, the Wall-Mounted Magnetic Knife Holder in black walnut is available in different lengths and with mounting options of heavy-duty double-side tape or with screws and keyholes; prices start at $34.62. Above: The Mitheis Walnut Magnetic Strip is made of oiled walnut; it’s €105 ($113.29) at Manufactum in Germany. Above: The Vienna Leather Knife Grabber is made of stacked sheets of leather and rare earth magnets. It’s $60 for the eight-inch length and $130 for the 16-inch leather at Food52. Above: The Wood Magnetic Knife Holder is $9.98 at Cost Plus World Market. Above: The Magnetic Knife Holder in walnut starts at $48 from Workshop Krona, a seller on Etsy based in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Above: The Peg and Awl Knife Rack is made of wood salvaged from old church pipe organs; $90 to $115 depending on size at Sugar Tools. Above: The 12″ Cherry Wood Magnetic Knife Holder by M.O.C. Woodworks is $45. Above: The Hold General Store Knife Rack is made of Vancouver Island maple by Dreamerweavers collective in Victoria, B.C.. The small size holds four knives and is $83 CAD ($64 USD) and the large size holds five knives for $96 CAD ($73 USD). Above: The Schmidt Brother’s Acacia Magnetic Wall Bar is $49.95 at Crate & Barrel. Above: The Milk Paint Maple and Brass Knife Grabber is $138 to $150 at Food52. Also available is the Reclaimed Walnut Knife Grabber for $80 to $100 at Food52.
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