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Making a Pot Rack

Martha Stewart Living, September 1994

You don't need a prairie-size kitchen to manage the chaos of pot storage. A handrail and several S-hooks will turn a few square feet of wall into a convenient rack for kitchenware. Handrails are better than towel bars for the job, because they support more weight. Look for them, in sizes from twelve to thirty-two inches long, at surgical-supply stores. As for the pots and pans, you already know which cabinet door hides an avalanche of those.

Comments (2)

  • 1221Indiana 27 Mar, 2014

    I love this idea! But I can't seem to find s-hooks large enough to fit over the hand rail. Any suggestions? Thank you :)

  • nanajane7 20 Mar, 2014

    I have wanted a pot rack but my kitchen is too small. I have a 1920's house with a galley kitchen and no overhead room. This will be perfect. Can't wait to do it.