Pallet Pot Rack

by Kelleysgirl
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I needed more kitchen storage for my pots and pans, and what better way to organize them than to put them on shelves on the wall? I love all things rustic, so I decided to use a pallet.
A friend gave me a pallet that was just sitting in the garage, waiting on a project.
We began by removing one board, and cutting the pallet right down the middle. We then used brackets from my favorite store-Hobby Lobby-bought when they were half off, so they were about $5 each.
We decided to use both shelves for more storage, but you could certainly use the other shelf elsewhere. We hung them up a little high, in case we wanted to attach hooks to the bottom at a later date.
The open area is perfect for the lids, just an added bonus! And the brackets have built in hooks to hang a towel from- or something else.

I left mine raw, but you could certainly paint and distress it if you like. Or stain it.

I love the way it turned out!

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Suggested materials:
  • Pallet, screws and brackets
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  • Diggin The Desert Diggin The Desert on May 04, 2016
    I was going to ask where you found those beautiful brackets and discovered you got them at MY favorite store Hobby Lobby! The shelves look really great, nice job!

  • Carol Cole Carol Cole on Nov 16, 2018

    You do not know how cool I thought this was but how did you clean them up good?

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