This post is one of my most request DIY’s. It’s been a long time in coming, and I just decided that today is the day I share this organization Ikea Hack with you all. It’s super easy. Honestly, I just used Ikea’s Fintorp rails and their hooks.
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I love the functional organization this stacked hanging wall pot rack adds to our kitchen. After taking all our upper cabinets down, we needed to utilize every storage option that we could.
I’ve always been drawn to hanging pots. Grab and go.
The first step to the Fintorp Ikea Pot Rack Hack is locating the studs in your wall. I decided to build a “ladder” style frame to attach the rails to. This is a great solution to mounting your pot rack when your studs aren’t in the exact place you need them to be. You can always attach a board to the wall, and then add the rails directly to the board. We sed this method on our mug rack as well.
Don’t judge the short and cracked boards on mine. I’ve meant to replace them for like a year, but when I originally built this project using what I had on hand in my scrap wood pile (right smack in the middle of when our home renovations were at their peak!)
Here are the Ikea products I used for this project:
FINTORP Rail, black – $9.99
FINTORP Hook, black (3″) – $3.99 / 5 pack (These are the ones we used! I did 5 per rail)
FINTORP Hook, black (4″) – $3.99 / 2 pack (these ones are larger)
To install your rail, follow the Ikea assembly directions, and then attach the rail the two screws you added on each side on the “ladder” board for a secure mount.
See, it’s super easy. The most difficult part is leveling everything. A good measuring tape comes in hand for that part.
I seriously can’t say how much I love this Fintorp Ikea Pot Rack Hack from an organization standpoint alone.
But it looks super cute too! Functional and pretty. That’s my decor philosophy. Making the “every day” things pretty AND functional.
I added these scissors from Amazon, and this cute little vintage cheese grader I found out antiquing.
In addition to my pots and pans, this Fintorp Ikea Pot Rack is also home to my colander from Ikea.
Let’s see how long I can store my rolling pins here… I feel like the baby is going to be super interested in them… but maybe if they are here long enough he will ignore them… Hmmmm. Haha!
That’s it! Hope you enjoyed my DIY farmhouse kitchen rot rack organization Ikea Hack.
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