You will need:

Large Eyehooks
Large "Clothesline" hooks
Length of chain
2 sturdy cabinets
Connecting rods for eyehooks and clothesline hooks
Small eyehooks for attaching the whole thing to cabinets

Once you've made your rack, experiment with different hooks and placements. I found that hooks on top and bottom were a better set-up, because the eye hooks would slip down. I also use s-hooks and bygel hooks from IKEA. And don't feel like all of your pots have to go here. I have two large ones elsewhere, bc they clutter the rack and make it hard to get down other pots. Be selective!
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