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W. Hilditch 06-17-2015 06:40 PM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Good thinking. Clean wall and could even be done with 1"x2"s.

Hilditch

Chuck P 06-17-2015 07:43 PM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Holy cow C.T. Very impressive. Is there anything you're still hunting for?

Rick Hunter 06-17-2015 08:54 PM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by C.T. Moffitt (Post 12026)
New here, this is my first post, but this is what I did on my kitchen wall.

Image

That is impressive!! Great job!!

C.T. Moffitt 06-18-2015 04:03 AM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Not really looking for the 13 but if I found one I would change it around to make it work. Thanks for the comments.

TedW 06-18-2015 08:44 AM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Very tidy and practical way to showcase your CI. Protects the wall

PaigeHudson 06-18-2015 11:40 AM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Does anyone have the plans for a rack like the one shown above.

DougH 06-18-2015 11:52 AM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PaigeHudson (Post 12054)
Does anyone have the plans for a rack like the one shown above.

Those look like 1x6's screwed into the wall (make sure you hit studs), and then some screw in hooks spaced out on the boards as needed. As long as you get hooks that can take the weight, it should be a pretty simple, but effective, build.

TedW 06-18-2015 12:38 PM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
No doubt, and as previously mentioned, you could use narrower lumber like 1x3

C.T. Moffitt 06-18-2015 05:13 PM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
I used the 1x6 boards to allow enough coverage for the bottom lip of the skillets to still hit wood. As already stated it was also to protect the wall. I just sanded and stained the lumber and added some hooks from lowes hardware. No big deal but I was really happy how it turned out and my wife likes it better than them sitting around.

W. Hilditch 06-18-2015 05:59 PM

Re: CI Displayed In Your Kitchen? Got a Pic?
 
BEWARE! One good nail through the sheetrock and into a stud will only hold about 400 lbs. Or, a picture hanger with three pins in the sheetrock only will only hold about a half dozen skillets. Plan on.

Hilditch


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