A Pot Rack in Its Proper Place
Although pot racks provide a ready solution to storage woes, they may not work for every kitchen. Here are some pot-rack pitfalls to avoid.
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If you can find a proper spot for a pot rack, there are thousands of styles suitable for any decor. Here are three, just for starters:
Steel Worx contemporary pot rack with downlights: Shiny and new with a satin nickel finish, it features 10 pot hooks, a four-foot chain, eight-foot wire and a spot for two 50-watt downlights.
Kathy Ireland-A Cafe Tuscany Village Pot Rack Chandelier: Quite a bit fussier, it employs a European country style with two down lights and six chandelier-style lights with matching shades and a dark bronze finish.
Buffalo Creek Design sled pot rack: Simple and clean, this pot rack is designed along the lines of an old-timey Flexible Flyer, appropriate for country-style, eclectic or modern kitchen designs. It has eight pot hooks, and these folks hand-craft all their pot racks from oak, cherry or reclaimed barn wood.
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