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Monday, July 27, 2015

DIY Wall Mount Coat Rack

I haven't posted a DIY project in a long time and this one is super simple. I used leftover wood (2x4)  from our fence project cut at 30 inches, used stain I already had (Color: Special Walnut), and purchased the hooks from Home Depot. This project cost $15 (5 hooks at $2.98 a piece)

{tip: use 3 screws to secure the 2x4 to the wall and cover up the screws with the hooks}

And there you go, a simple and practical project.


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Lsg Industrial said...

Using Eco Pipes might work as well.