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Pot Racks

Posted by mandymae (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 5, 10 at 20:24

My kitchen ceiling is pitched. Is a pot rack possible to install? Does anyone have a pot rack hanging from their kitchen ceiling?


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RE: Pot Racks

If your ceiling's pitched, you could attach a flat rack straight across from 'seam' to seam and hang everything from there.


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RE: Pot Racks

Okay. Let's use a little logic here. You level the pot rack by shortening the chains on one side to compensate for the slope of the ceiling. Just make sure you have head clearance below the lower end.


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i love my potrack..you can hang them from any ceiling..you might just have to buy new longer chain for the sides that will be on the higher pitched side..or longer for all of them if it is quite high..but that's ok.

make sure you fasten your chains into the ceiling studwork to hold the weight of the pans.

go for it..it is a wonderful thing to have pans handy ..some people complain that they get dirty..they dont that bad and if they do ..pop em into a short load on the dishwasher !


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RE: Pot Racks

DH put a shelf across the dining area. I painted it in a contrasting white. Underneath it he put in cuphooks that I use as a potrack. We call it our 'sh@@' shelf because I can stash my cookbooks, fake flowers, etc. on the shelf.


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