Wall pot rack is not only a functional way to store your pots and free up space in your cabinets, but right design can add beauty and style to your kitchen. Pot racks can be found in high-end department stores in vintage styles of modern chrome wrought iron, but with a little imagination, you can create magnificent racks rescue operations and other materials.
A window sash rescued several panels’ makes an interesting wall pot rack in a country kitchen. Simply hang window in chains or thick, thick rope from ceiling by hooks. If glass panel is loose or damaged, remove glass first. Install circle hooks in bottom of window and use S-hooks to hang pots. You can convert any recovered material in pot rack same way: – other ideas include an old door or a piece of wrought iron fence.
An old wooden staircase solid rack makes an interesting rustic or primitive pot. Just hang from ceiling in same manner as above and hang large S-hooks steps. Make sure your ladder is sturdy enough to support weight of items. A simple chrome shelf as those acquired in department stores can make pot rack perfect for small spaces. Again, use S-hooks for hanging pots. For smaller space, hang a chrome bar with S hooks so that pots hang flush against wall.
It only takes a little skill woodworking to design and build a completely new structure. Build a simple four-sided box – squares work best for small and rectangular spaces for larger areas – with inserts wooden rod. You could be more creative and use wrought iron poles or wooden railings if you chose. Paint or stain to complement your decor for wall pot rack.