This wall shelf with pegs provides space for a few kitchen essentials that you don't want to stash inside a cabinet.
what to hang: Aprons, pot holders, and dish towels. Don't hang pots, though: They can chip the painted rack. Bowls, a sugar canister, a salt crock, or a pepper mill can go up top on the 5 1/4-inch-deep shelf. Rest a picture frame on the back of the shelf for easy display.
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Wall Shelf, $50, available in five colors, Stacks and Stacks, www.stacksandstacks.com.
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