I had a Vileda broom with a detachable handle. The idea was that you could buy replacement heads for it, however, by the time I decided that I needed a new head for the broom, they were no longer available. I bought a new broom but the fact remained that I had a worn out broom head and a perfectly good handle.
I had read some time ago that the best way to hang home-made pasta to dry was over a broom handle resting between two chairs. So I decided that my obsolete broom handle would now be my pasta drying rack. The next question was where would I store it when it is not being used?
Since the handle will be used in the kitchen it seemed sensible to store it in the same room. I fixed a hook to the wall of the pantry and hung the handle on it. Now it is easily accessible when I am making pasta.
Here you can see it hanging just inside the pantry door.
It is only a small project but makes all the difference when things have a specific location and are easy to find when required.