DIY a Rustic Pot Rack Using Leftover Pieces of Wood

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Playing How to Make a DIY Rustic Pot Rack Using Leftover Pieces of Wood | Karen + Mina From HGTV's “Good Bones”

A little tight when it comes to kitchen cabinet space?

(Frankly, who isn't?)

We may have the solution: a DIY rustic pot rack.

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As demonstrated by home renovation experts Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak, the mother-daughter duo behind HGTV's "Good Bones," all you need is a scrap piece of lumber. Put a towel bar on it and attach a second piece of lumber to it, like so:

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Add hooks to the towel rack and you've got a place to hang all your pots — especially great if you have a fancy or colorful set! You can also use the top for storage.

Genius, right?

Watch them put it together in the video above!

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