Kitchen reno, part 1: the Julia Child pegboard pot rack- What I love about it: The majority of my pots-and-pans no longer take up valuable drawer space. My cookware couldn’t be closer to the stove — I just turn on the burner and grab what I need. The wall rack allows me to use pans as color in the kitchen — my favorite is the tomato-red vintage Dansk enameled cast iron that my friend Sarah found on a Goodwill run. The whole project cost about $20 .
Killer color combo: black, white, pale pink + grey
Turn a Metal Grate into a Pot Rack This antique metal-rod grate had an interesting patina that made it stand out at the local salvage store. Thanks to its grid form, we knew it’d be perfect for use as a pot rack. Practical Project. A pot rack is a good project to create out of a salvaged piece, because it doesn’t have to be a specific size, style, or material.