Project Idea: Rustic Driftwood Pot Rack

There's so much to love in this picture... the herbs drying on the rack, the vintage metal baskets, the copper pots and pans. It's everything a cozy rustic kitchen should be!

To emulate the look, you can use a piece of driftwood (or even a large, sturdy fallen branch, if you don't live near the coast) and simply hang twine and hooks off the wood to make your very own pot rack.

Though the first thought may be "rustic," this rack would work just as well in a modern or traditional setting too.

From: Woodnote Photography
Via Poppytalk

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(Image: Woodnote Photography )

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A modern homesteader and garden foodie, Linda runs the award-winning blog Garden Betty, which chronicles her adventures in the dirt and on the road. Her first book, The CSA Cookbook: Thinking Inside the Box, will be out March 2015 (Voyageur Press).