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Pot racks can add storage and give a ho-hum kitchen the look of a “cook’s kitchen,” but they can also be expensive. Not a problem when you repurpose an old ladder into a perfect pot rack. A weathered ladder gives this kitchen a rustic touch. For a sleeker look, paint it black, or choose a metal one that complements stainless steel appliances.
Hanging Pot Rack :: A simple wrought-iron pot rack keeps oversize pots and pans within reach of this kitchen’s main work zone. Hanging these large items from the ceiling frees up cabinet space in a small kitchen. The pots and pans also contribute to the cozy, lived-in character of the room. | via BHG
Repurposed Pot Rack Start imagining new purposes for old things and you'll find new storage solutions. Here an antique sled becomes a pot rack when suspended from the ceiling. It provides a handy place to hang pots and pans while adding flea market style to the space.
A flea market farm table creates the perfect kitchen island. An old garden gate is repurposed into a rustic pot hanger while an old sideboard, salvaged marble slab and basic soap-stone potting-shed sink create the perfect country-style kitchen sink.