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Hanging Kitchen Utensils

Homemade Real Cook/Real Kitchen Tips #1
A one-inch strip of wood, a bunch of nails, a hammer and—voila!—dozens of frequently-used kitchen tools hanging within easy reach. How come you never see things like this in Dwell or Fine Homebuilding?


Watch for future do-it-your self household tips.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why not?
Dust and fly shit collecting, cluttery.

Lloyd Kahn said...

Dust? Nope, they're used all the time. Fly shit? Come on. Cluttery? Yeah, my tool shop is cluttery in the same way.

Anonymous said...

My frying pans hang from hooks, insignificant dust and flies, less rust because they air dry nicely.

Wolf Lahti said...

I like that two of the "frequently-used kitchen tools" are wine-bottle openers. :)

Anonymous said...

Well, you asked & I said why this wouldn't work for me. Rural living does sometimes (summer) come with flies. Despite closed doors, fly strips etc.

Sorry if that intrudes on your California sensitivities....

cheap viagra said...

Damn I don't know what to do in my home with this problem... my kitchen it's a mess because my mom don't like order... but looks ugly and I don't what to do...

Maria said...

Thanks

Deborah said...

Good idea tools can be identified easily and the process is easy to make it thank you.

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