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Store-bought hanging kitchen racks can be quite expensive. Manitoba area maker Mark Reynolds came up with this fantastic hanging pot rack using an IKEA trivet, a couple of drawer handles, and some scrap wood. For about $60 in parts you can make two rather handsome racks that seem sturdy enough to hold just about anything you need in the kitchen. [via IKEA Hacks]

Adam Flaherty

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  1. Dan says:

    Wonder how the pots hang on these…

    1. You put hooks that hang from the metal bars.

  2. Barack Obama says:

    You didn’t build that!

    1. Adam Flaherty says:

      You didn’t read that!

  3. Where do you attach the chain?

  4. gc says:

    This looks great, thanks for sharing this idea. Have you had any problems with the bars bending? Most of my pots are cast iron and I wonder if the bars are strong enough or if I should add another cross piece in the middle.