We ran across this fun little project over at Better Homes and Gardens where this periwinkle door is a pretty sight to see. They suggest using a heavy gauge wire mesh stapled down and then suspending the entire unit from chains.
If you're a little uneasy about the mesh holding you might try pieces of lucite. They are relatively inexpensive at your local big box hardware store and can be cut to size to fit in the same place mesh would. Drill evenly spaced holes for S-Hooks to sit in and you might find yourself with surface that can take a little more weight.
It's a pot rack that has a little upper storage space as well and we think it's a great idea if your kitchen has space. How would you improvise the project to make it yours? Let us know in the comments below!
Read More: How To Make A Pot Rack from Better Homes and Gardens
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