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Steal This Look: Black Rail and Hooks for the Kitchen

We recently profiled architect Greg Dutton’s eastern Ohio cabin kitchen on Remodelista, and fell in love with the simple black rail he installed to hang pots and cups from S-hooks.

The black rail with S-hooks mirrors the custom cabinets, painted in Sherwin Williams’ Greenblack. Photograph by Alexandra Ridar, courtesy of Midland Architects.
Above: The black rail with S-hooks mirrors the custom cabinets, painted in Sherwin Williams’ Greenblack. Photograph by Alexandra Ridar, courtesy of Midland Architects.

Here are 5 ways to steal the look:

Iron Rail from Terrain
Above: This Iron Rail with 8 hooks is $78 at Terrain.
From Rejuvenation, this Triple Utility Hook is constructed from solid brass with an oil-rubbed finish. 8.5″ x 1.4″ x 2.6″; $56.
Above: From Rejuvenation, this Triple Utility Hook is constructed from solid brass with an oil-rubbed finish. 8.5″ x 1.4″ x 2.6″; $56.
This stunning Shaker Peg Rack from Remodelista favorite March in San Francisco is constructed of patinated cold rolled steel, and is available in two sizes: small and large. $1,300.
Above: This stunning Shaker Peg Rack from Remodelista favorite March in San Francisco is constructed of patinated cold rolled steel, and is available in two sizes: small and large. $1,300.
The Utensil Bar Rack from Sturbridge Yankee Workshop comes with eight pot hooks and is crafted in hot rolled steel with a uniform satin finish. 4.5″ x 22″ 2″; $49.95.
Above: The Utensil Bar Rack from Sturbridge Yankee Workshop comes with eight pot hooks and is crafted in hot rolled steel with a uniform satin finish. 4.5″ x 22″ 2″; $49.95.
For a modern look, this steel Multiple Wall Hook from Room and Board features seven pegs. 36″ x 3″ x 4″; $129.
Above: For a modern look, this steel Multiple Wall Hook from Room and Board features seven pegs. 36″ x 3″ x 4″; $129.

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