We're getting into chilly season here in the Midwest. I'm being lazy about the transition this year - I've pulled out all my jackets and coats, but have yet to put away my shorts and sandals (this means my place is a mess with clothing everywhere). Whether you're part of the four-seasons crew like me, or you just want extra space to hang hats and outerwear, a well-placed coat rack is a thing of organizational beauty. Keep reading to see how we turned an old, worn wood board into this pleasantly rustic DIY coat rack.
The coat rack dilemma! It's a real problem and this one is kind of the ultimate solution! It takes up hardly any space and has a huge impact that is oh so sleek. See for yourself!
I love a good coat rack. In the corner or the entryway, it's a fun and useful accessory! Here are 15 of my faves around the web that you can BUY or DIY!
Between all the coats, scarves, bags, and who knows what else, it seems like this time of year I'm always running out of space to hang stuff. If you've found yourself in a similar predicament, or just want some wall-mounted storage in your entryway, check out these 10 creative DIY wall hook ideas!
Now that I live in a place where the weather changes from sunny to drizzly to bone-soaking-wet and back again multiple times in a single day, I'm thinking it might finally be time to get proper coat rack. This wood and copper version is really catching my eye at the moment -- plus it's a cinch to make!
Sibylle from Funkytime knows the way to my heart: gleaming copper and smooth-as-butter concrete! The two materials just contrast so perfectly, ya know? I'm especially loving how she's combined them in this super functional DIY coat rack.
Stay organized and show off your DIY sensibilities in style with this super easy coat rack project!
If floor space in your entryway is at a premium, try this simple hanging coat rack idea!
Don't have a mudroom? No problem! Here's how to make one out of thin air (and some other materials, of course).
I'll admit that the coat rack/wall hook situation in our entryway (which is really just our living room) needs a little help. When we have guests over, they inevitably ask, "So... uh, where do you want me to put my coat?" -- which means "Dude. Get a coat rack already." We end up tossing jackets over the back of a random piece of furniture and call it day, but I'd love to surprise our friends with an actual, honest-to-goodness coat rack or wall hook the next time they come over. One of these modern DIY options ought to do the trick!
I stumbled across this Ready-Made submission that Das rote Paket received for a competition they were running. It's cheap, cheerful and quirky, key ingredients for my kind of DIY.
I love the idea of incorporating found objects and elements from nature into your decor and this driftwood coat rack is a perfect (and playful) example of how to do just that!
From designers Martin Parn and Edina Duflal-Parn for Nils Holger Moormann, the Lodelei coat rack is a 'modern take on a classic idea.' Picture it without the fabric panel. Wood, Shaker pegs...that's about it. The cloth, which
With our warm winters, we don't have a need for a coat rack. In fact, the coat closet in our condo is home to our camping gear because the very idea of having designated square footage for coats is silly when it is 72 degrees outside (which did make for an awkward situation when we had people over for dinner and they handed me their light jackets... I just stood there like an idiot holding them instead). Even so, this fun idea doesn't take up storage space, and is pretty fun to look at too.
I am loving this idea. Scrap (aka found) wood, a few cheeky chicks and some coat hooks and you're good to go.
Until my dream of living in a Scandinavian Modern cabin comes to fruition, I'll just be content with simple flourishes of inspired decor and accessories like this rustic modern coat stand. It's a gorgeous little piece that packs a big ol' Scandinavian punch - and its DIY rating is off the charts.
I am diggin' this coat rack creation by Vytautas Gecas. I'm also diggin' the fact that the idea is totally DIYable. You could mix up some concrete and fashion a form with a couple of buckets, maybe cardboard or even wood, but a visit to your