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Small wire shelf?

Posted by luckymom (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 24, 12 at 8:32

I need a place to put the salt & pepper shaker over the slide in range under the hood. I'd like to find a smallish one that I could attach hooks to hold utensils and get rid of the giant holder thing on the counter. I need it in ss. All those I've seen are either $$$ or huge or both. Anyone seen anything?

BTW- the s&p shakers are wider than spice jars (tried that already). Going for a sort of industrial look.


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RE: Small wire shelf?

Like this?

Here is a link that might be useful: Ikea Grundtal


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RE: Small wire shelf?

Pottery Barn Utility shelf with hooks is 36" x 4.5"


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Both are too big- only need one shelf under 30"- but the 4.5 width would be great. Like most things, I can see it in my mind, but nobody makes it...


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RE: Small wire shelf?

Here's the single shelf version of the one Angie_DIY posted. Only 9-3/4 wide and 5" deep:

Here is a link that might be useful: grundtal.


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RE: Small wire shelf?

Here is a post on Houzz, that says the Pottery Barn one can be cut down to 30"

Here is a link that might be useful: Cut down the shelf


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RE: Small wire shelf?

Here is a post on Houzz, that says the Pottery Barn one can be cut down to 30"

Here is a link that might be useful: Cut down the shelf


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RE: Small wire shelf?

Could always use a magnetic strip and use ss utensils and salt and pepper shakers.
I have three strips holding everything- knives, scissors, tongs, measuring cups and spoons, and salt and pepper.
I avoid anything on my counters if it can be done.


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Oooh! Love the idea of the magnetic strip. I hate stuff on the counters, too. I'll definately check into this- Thanks!!!


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