Copper pans hanging
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- • Copper pipe: You will want to find the length and thickness of copper pipe that works for you. I used a 5-foot and 3/4 inch thick copper pipe. I cut mine into a 3-foot piece and a 2-foot piece, which is how I ended up with two copper pot racks on my wall.
- • Copper hanging brackets: There are a few different designs of copper hanging brackets, but the one linked is my favorite by far. You’ll need 1 bracket per about 1-2 feet of pipe, with a minimum of two per pipe.
- • Copper pipe end caps: Copper pipe end caps finish off and cover the ends of each rail. You’ll need exactly two caps per rail. I used four caps for my project because I made a total of two rails.
- • Drywall anchors: We used toggle anchors for this project because I wanted to be able to hang absolutely anything on these copper pot racks without being limited by weight. You’ll need one anchor per bracket.
- • Flat head machine screws: Even though the toggle anchor set above comes with screws, they stick out too far. I found these machine screws that settle inside the bracket instead of sticking out. They would work with the drywall toggle anchors. If you use the screws that come with the anchors, the pipe doesn’t sit into the bracket nicely because the screw sticks out. It’s more of a cosmetic issue than a structural one. If you’re using these screws, you’ll need one screw per brackets.
- • Copper wire for hooks: I used a 12-gauge solid copper wire to make my hooks. The wire is sold by the foot and is extremely affordable. I used a total of about 3 feet of wire to make all of my hooks.