Creative Upcycled Kitchen Pot Racks


A suspended pot rack in the kitchen is perfect for keeping your extra 
pots and pans organized and out of the way, yet still within reach. 

But how about an upcycled pot rack? 
Take a look at how some creative folks used a little bit of creativity
 and ingenuity and repurposed unlikely objects into pot racks. 










Kitchen pot rack made from old fencing by meandjilly



An old garden gate + S-hooks = kitchen pegboard






















What do you think?



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15 comments:

  1. Seems there's no end to the variety of materials from which dish racks can be made! Now one just needs a kitchen ceiling high enough to hold one - it would give me more book space in a book case if I could!

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    1. Yes, you certainly need a high ceiling to use a pot rack! Unless you use the wall-mounted type!

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  2. those are really cool! I love my pot rack, even though it's just a plain old rack. lol
    debbi
    -yankeeburrowcreations

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  3. I like these but my ceiling isn't high enough and my pots and pans not cool enough! Alas they have to spend their days jammed in the cupboard in shame, tumbling out willy-nilly anytime you open the door!

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  4. These are just SO smart! I live the sled and ladder ones :)

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  5. Thanks for sharing; I love the bicycle wheel and the sled...very cool! Cheers!
    Lori in Atlanta

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Lori, glad you liked the post!

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  6. That sled is awesome...and I love the idea of being able to keep baskets etc on top of it.

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  7. I really like the wrought iron rack. That wooden slat style could also be duplicated by using the rails of an old crib. You could use the head and foot boards for wall art, chalkboards, tabletops, etc. Thank you for your blog. I really enjoy looking at all the really cool ideas. I even came up with a weaving project for my fourth grade art class.

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    1. Yes, a crib would work great too - be sure to check out my previous post on upcycled cribs!

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  8. OMG! That sled! Mine is still out of its normal home in the attic since I used it for Christmas decoration and now I have the perfect way to use it year round! Thank you sooooo much! Genius!

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