Curtain Rod Pot Rack


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Curtain Rod Pot Rack

If you are not blessed with a spacious kitchen with ample storage, fear not! Start thinking vertically and expand your storage options by using some of the prime real estate on your walls! You can invest in a high-end pot rack, get a mid-priced one online or just use a sturdy curtain rod that strikes your fancy!



To Complete this Project, You’ll Need:

1 Curtain Rod




Measuring Tape


Determine how long you’d like to extend your curtain rod…then measure and use your level, making a small mark on your wall with the pencil, where you’ll install your first and second bracket. (I always like to install the first bracket, have someone hold the rod…and check the level against the rod, before installing the second bracket…works for me!) Install your center bracket, if needed.

With our S-hooks, the Mister bent the part that hangs around the rod (see in image above), so they wouldn’t fall off when removing the pots. That was a helpful added touch, since our pots hang right above the stove…beats having an S-hook fall off into the soup!


Wanna Know a Secret?

Our pot rack hangs directly above our range…because we have no range hood (never have in this house)….you can read all about…and why that’s okay with me, RIGHT HERE!


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Wendy Young is a mom of 3 who loves the farmhouse/eclectic/vintage/shabby vibe and maintains this site for fun. By day, she is a child, adolescent and family therapist, is the founder of Kidlutions: Solutions for Kids, creator of The Joyful Parent and the co-author of BLOOM: 50 Things to Say, Think and Do with Anxious, Angry and Over-the-Top Kids, along with multiple workbooks for kids. Her total readership is in the millions via her online and social media venues.

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