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Decor Bookshelf Wall Mounted Pot Rack by Enclume

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  • 10 in Stock
  • Overall: 10" H x 26.25" W x 10" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 10lbs

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  5.0 stars
Just what was needed (almost) from Albany, NY on 08/20/2014 – Verified Buyer
I only had small wall space behind an exterior exiting door and had a dickens of a time finding the perfect size, shape and finish. This fit 2 of the 3 needs so I stripped the finish (using sandpaper) and then spray painted (rustoleum metal) to match the kitchen pulls. Came out beautifully! Hanging was simple with the included dry wall fasteners. It has been hanging for a couple weeks now. Strong, sturdy, perfect. Like its been there since the house was built.
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  5.0 stars
The best small pot rack available from Washington, DC on 04/23/2007
I love this pot rack! It is perfect for a smaller kitchen, very well-made, reasonably priced, and uncommonly attractive. It holds quite a bit of weight, so I put my stock pots on the shelf and hung at least 5 pans below (there are plenty of hooks, which you can place anywhere). Just be sure to install it properly- I screwed one side into an available stud, and bought special anchored screws for the other side to secure it in the dry wall. It's a two person job. Keep in mind, however, that this should be standard installation for any pot rack.
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  4.0 stars
Great bookshelf pot rack from HB, CA on 07/24/2008 – Verified Buyer
Holds about 10 pots and several cookbooks within easy reach.
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