Mr. LB is a gem.
I saw a picture of a pot rack
that was hanging someplace in Europe.
I asked hubby if he liked it.
His response was,
"I can make that."
This is slightly different in that we added a light.
Never mind the hole where
the old off-center light was.
We'll get to that ....
at some point.
Everything in due time.
There are actually two more pans to go on it,
but we need to drill out the hole in the handle
of each as they were just a little to narrow
to fit on the hooks.
It is so nice not to try to lift out half the stack
to get to one of the larger ones that was on the bottom.
Those aren't light pans!
Again with the hole~
I just wanted to show the detail.
I like mixing curves and straight edges.
I am so happy with it.
I love my hubby.
The pictures look a little odd to me.
Karen Valentine gave some great advise
on her blog about how to remove the auto enhance
that blogger automatically does.
I will have to go back and reread it.
Until next time,
Nimble Fingers and Even Stitches
It is so neat to have a hubby who can make what you want. I like it and I know what you mean about removing a stack of pans to get to what you want. I am trying to catch up with friends this evening before I call it night. I joined the grow your blog party and it sure is fun. I have enjoyed catching up with you tonight. Have a wonderful Sunday. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.ReplyDelete
Cool Pot rack! He is a sweetheart! Don't you love it when they say "I can make that for you!" Now your arms will get exercise over your head, I have always wanted a pot rack. My hubby would have to make it. Our ceiling is way too high.....And considering what your hubby did for you, the hole in the ceiling is just perfect until he gets it repaired!ReplyDelete
very nice, like you say getting pans out form a low cupboard can be a pain, you have a very handy man thereReplyDelete
Great Potrack...Love when things do "double duty"...look nice and are functional !ReplyDelete
I was admiring your beautiful pot rack aka: your hubby's amazing metal work so much, that I didn't even notice the hole in the ceiling until the close up shot :)ReplyDelete
Take Care & Happy Stitchin' .... Sandy