Produce rack salvaged from grocery store


I desperately needed a pot rack because of very little cabinet space in my kitchen. Some swag lite chain, four heavy hooks, and flat black paint and you're all set,

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  • Diane H
    on Jan 7, 2015

    Thanks again for your defense of my "junk" holder. I understand that no matter what you do there will some who are driven to be nasty and think other people want to hear it. Have a great day.

  • Lisa love
    on Oct 6, 2015

    I used an antique wheelbarrow wheel and cut horseshoes to hold pots and with rebar pieces cit for braces and a nut it turned and used the top braces to hold lids. A pot rack is a life saver in a small kitchen. Yours is practical and functional nothing wrong with that.

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