My Custom Wrought Iron Pot Rack
Last spring, I showed Paul a picture of a wrought iron pot rack I saw on Pinterest. Granny Gadget gave me a wonderful set of pans that have a copper-type finish that easily scratches. A pot rack was the perfect solution to keep my pans off the counter and looking nice.
We measured a spot above the sink and took some measurements. $20 for the steel and wood, a bit of Paul’s skilled work, and six months later, he finally finished it. Truth be told, he was probably annoyed with me asking about his progress every other day. To be fair, he’s had a lot of things on his plate lately, but this was at the top of the “Honey Do” List.
This weekend, I pulled him away from all of his other projects and we finally installed the pot rack. I absolutely LOVE it!
I’m a happy girl!
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