Sunday, 12 April 2015

Kitchen: DIY Branch Pot Hanger

Photography : Carolyn and Jaden of Woodnote Photography and featured in Kinfolk magazine
If you are looking for a beautiful yet cheap update to your kitchen why not try making this branch pot hanger. It couldn't be cheaper to make...... some thick rope and a branch is really all you need..... The trickiest bit will be trying to find the perfect branch!

It is the perfect place to show off your pots and pans and dry some herbs.

5 comments:

moonpoppy said...

That's a great idea,I love it.

Julia Elfvenmyr said...

Twigs and branches bring so much life to a room. I´m going to cover out balcony walls with them to give the ivy something to climb.

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Ana LuĂ­sa Gomes said...

What a clever idea! I just love the rustic feel given by branches and other natural materials. Rustic, yet lushful. :)

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Dave Thompson said...

Never would have thought to use a tree branch as a pot hanger in my kitchen. That has to be the most unique way I've ever seen to store cook ware. Looks like it is simple enough to make. Might have to try that out in my apartment sometime. http://www.macramemagic.com/Basic-Macrame-Plant-Hangers