It’s already fall, have you noticed? Isn’t it getting chilly a bit? If you have already started wearing some outer garments or accessories, you’ll need some
This tutorial will show you how to build a modern coat rack. This modern coat rack design made from black walnut wood is both stylish and functional. Whether you’re looking for a coat rack in your foyer or
Building a coat rack has never been easier! Just follow this simple DIY tutorial to make your own stylish entryway essential—all from a single piece of lumber. Crafted from just one slab of wood, this unique design leans against any empty wall, adding both character and hooks. Such a simple and cool idea to rock!
This project is an eco-friendly idea as you’ll use some scrap wood for making some big city houses – recycle! The idea is whimsy and fun, you may go for any colors you like and you’ll enjoy the resulting piece, which is sure to add a funky touch to your entryway. Personalize it using different colors while painting. Love big cities!
This modern teepee coat stand is perfect for storing your jackets and hats, and its minimal design is great for contemporary homes. It’s incredibly simple to make, no glue or screws required, and you can stain it to match your other furniture! Look how to make your own in the tutorial in the source.
This wall mount peg rack is a simple addition for any entryway but it’s essential if you have a lot of accessories you often use. The piece is made of a poplar wood piece and some wooden dowels to create a peaceful look that will easily fit many spaces. It’s a good idea to leave the pegs removable to hide how it’s attached to the wall. Paint or stain it if you want!
This simple entryway rack of wood and metal can also contain some mail or other accessories, it’s very functional. While traditional racks can take the jacket and bags off your hands, you can use this project to build and mount a beautifully simple rendition that even has a hidden slot for mail. It’s easy to tailor to your space, and will simplify the daily scramble at your home’s entryway.
This coat rack lays flat against the wall, but looks three-dimensional. It could be highly functional, but still have a great sculptural look when not in use. Use it to hold your keys, mail, scarves, hats, or jackets. It makes a
Check out this modern meets industrial coat rack, with floating shelves built entirely using fittings and pipe which is then mounted to the ground and wall; the piece also feature walnut boards. Additionally, the design can be modified to include more or less shelving. Read the tutorial and get inspired to make this piece yourself!