Space crunch has become one of the most common problems and challenges in contemporary times, especially for the city dwellers. In some instances, it is so found that the kitchen is so small that you are not getting the necessary space to store the pots, utensils and other items that you will use frequently in the kitchen. In such instances, you can opt for the homemade pot racks that will produce the additional space for storing the necessary items and will come as space friendly and economical solution to your problem. Here is the guide to get the DIY hanging pot racks
The necessary tools and materials
You should only start the process of constructing the DIY hanging pan rack, after arranging the necessary tools and materials. Else, you will get stuck midway and after that, it will turn impossible for you to move ahead to complete the task.
The steps for constructing the homemade pot racks
Step 1 – Cutting the blocks
- Cut 3 side rails with dimensions of 3/4 x 2.5x 40 Inches
- You need to cut 3 support rail structures in dimensions 3/4 x 1.5x 34.5 Inches
- The end rails should be cut in dimensions 3/4 x 2.5x 22.5 inches
- 9 Copper pipes, cut in 3/4 x 22.5 inches
- 2 Chains in length as needed
Step 2 – Preparing the Rails
Step 3 – Base Assembly
Once you have cut the copper pipe as per the instruction stated above, you need to pass the parts of the pipe, through the support rail holes that has been attached to the assembly. To ensure that the pipe smoothly passes through the holes, you may apply liquid soap in small extent or you may paste wax inside these holes.
The remaining side rail needs to be positioned with the assembly of the side rail, along with the flush of the support rail resting on the side rails and the pipe has been passed through the holes in the support Rail. Subsequently, countersunk holes of 3 to 8 inches are to be drilled and attached with the help of screws and glue.
Step 4 – Installing the hardware and giving the finishing touch
Using a stud finder, you will have to hang up the structure, placing the center chains through the middle link and attach the terminals of the chain to the assembly of the pot rack.