Good morning, savvy savers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means… another awesome upcycled project tutorial!
For this weeks Tuesday Tutorials, I wanted to share with you how I made my kitchen, verticle hanging pot rack, for only $3.00! That’s right, $3.00! How did I do this? I used two $1.50 decorative, metal garden fences from my local Lowe’s, inverted them together, and secured them to the wall using metal hanging hooks. The spokes of the gates fit snugly inside each other and will not come apart! I hang pots and pans using coated s-hooks as well; I purchased the hooks, here, from Amazon.com using gifts cards earned by taking online surveys! The $3.00 for the garden gates came from iBotta cash earned from redeeming grocery store offers.
This is such a super simple project, which can be adapted to hang pots, kitchen supplies, garden tools, and office and art room staples as well! I also plan to construct something similar to display my marionette collection as well! This rack could also be adapted for horizontal hanging, as a full unit, or a half-unit extending from the wall as well; this method would need brackets, though!
Here’s to DIY’ing!