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This pot rack with lighting is just perfectly designed to add a finishing touch to a rustic decor. It particularly draws the attention with its hand carved accents with forest and mountains motif. The finish combines natural iron and mahogany elements.
It is a bar hanging pot rack that is available in two color options: natural and grey. This product is perfect for your kitchen. You will be impressed how great and functional this pot rack is.
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White farmhouse kitchen, painted farm table, 'milk' stools, pot rack fabricated from an old gate.
close to the cabinet/granite color and the ladder idea I may totally yoink - of course it would be an old wooden one I distressed in a pretty color. But still. Totally simple and stream-lined pot rack. :)
Hanging Pot Rack: Hang a pot rack over the island for easily accessible cookware. [<3]
Newly opened New York restaurant Bowery Beef serves roast beef and baked beans (it's a Boston import), within industrial chic interiors designed by Gray Burton.
While this kitchen is big, it seems cozy to me. I love the island, the beams in the ceilings, the wood floors, and the recessed and hanging lighting.
Cool ladder turned into a display at Pottery Barn (not for sale!). Would make a great pot rack too.
white kitchen, large pendanats over island, light over sink, white cabs, shaker? La Dolce Vita: You’re a Good Man, Goodman.
"Ideas DIY hanging flower pot of tea." (That's computer-translated from Thai. Thought I'd leave it that way.)
13. Show 'em Off Bulky pots and pans can quickly gobble up valuable cabinet space. Be like Julia Child and put them on display — just hang from S-hooks on a pegboard or from a suspended pot rack. — Alison Victoria, host of HGTV’s Kitchen Crashers
love the rustic beams and great way to save space in the kitchen by hanging the pots .