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Who doesn’t want their own customizable and personal clothing rack? I know that every woman would love one unique model for her bedroom. Luckily for you, you don’t have to spend loads of money on getting your ideal model! In fact, you can DIY a clothing rack and have it all suited and personalized per your preference and your needs. Here, we will present and review 20 different models which will suit everyone’s taste, and both men and women will be able to find their favorite model down below. Keep on reading and discover your options!
Why Get A Clothing Rack?
A clothing rack will help you sort through your stuff. It is super easy to navigate, and it is also easy to set-up! Are you a fan of practical items, and you also wish for an amazing DIY solution? Clothing racks can suit men, women, as well as kids! Simply place your key pieces on top of the rack and reach for them whenever leaving the house.
1. Feminine Light Colored Beige Rack
This is a simplistic rack that you can use to display in your bedroom. It is the perfect rack for clothes for women who love that minimalistic design and who need something romantic and feminine at the same time for their bedroom or even their open closet concept! Are you one of those women?
How to achieve it?
You will need two wooden beams that you can DIY into this gorgeous design. Cut them into four equal and even parts. Use a shorter wooden beam on top to connect the base. You will also need a glue gun, a couple of files, and a chainsaw to get it perfectly shaped and cut. Time-wise this model will take you around three hours to achieve. For finishing touches, you can tie some pink ribbons on the sides to have it all perfectly matched with the aesthetic of your room.
Hangers arranged in reverse order
Do you want to show off your clothes nicely? Succeed with this do-it-yourself wardrobe in Gorgeous look .
Functional, but absolutely useful and decorative Clothing Rack
We have put these together especially for you and hopefully our photo gallery will narrow your search. From clothes racks made from tree branches and pipes to those made from snowshoes and toy animals, we have extraordinary DIY suggestions for every taste.
You don’t always need to purchase everyday objects, sometimes you can make them yourself with the materials you have available. All you need is your creativity and old, unusable things. Reusing it is fun and also has an environmentally friendly effect. Try to use the old fabrics for a new purpose by making something useful for yourself!
Build clothes racks yourself
Transform scraps of wood into a clothes rack
Coat stand made from old pipes
Funny, happy DIY projects for every home
The clothes racks are an essential and absolutely necessary living accessory in every home. Autumn and winter coats should be used again, especially when summer is over. If you’re looking for a fresh home idea for clothes racks, check out our useful examples of how to build a clothes rack yourself .
Hanger on the door – apparently traditional and irrelevant
Boho Casual Bamboo Inspired DIY Clothing Rack
This is the perfect rack for women who love feminine designs. It will also suit you if you’re a fan of colorful plants or flowers. You can incorporate this piece into your bedroom and embrace the reckless vibe. It has a gorgeous brown and green color scheme which is perfect for women who love earth elements.
How to achieve it?
Get yourself several different wooden boards, you can also use an old cupboard or some doors that are old and rusty. Place one board at the bottom and use it as a base for everything that you’re going to stack on top. Time-wise this model will take you 4-5 hours to recreate.
Black Chrome Modern Rack
This simple rack may suit men a bit more. It comes in a monochrome black color and is super easy to recreate and DIY. You will enjoy it for placing some key pieces, especially jackets! You can place it in your hallway or in your living room even since it will blend in so easily because it is an effortless piece.
How to achieve it?
You can achieve it in a couple of steps. Luckily for you HGTV has a great solution on how to get this design! You will like it since everything is explained in-depth, plus they have loads of different models explained and reviewed on their site as well.
This DIY wooden clothes rack always looks good, whether as a practical cloakroom in the entrance area or as a cool addition to the wardrobe in the bedroom. Clothes and jackets hang on the bar, a shelf (made of taut ropes or traditionally made of wood) offers space for accessories or shoes. Best of all, you can easily build this modern wooden clothes rack yourself. If you get a second person to help, it goes even faster – but it also works on your own.
Step by Step Complete Guide to build a clothing Rack by yourself
- four wooden boards 180 x 7 centimeters
- two wooden boards 120 x 5 centimeters
- two wooden boards 50 x 5 centimeters
- a wooden strip 165 x 2 x 2 centimeters
- Drill and drill with 2, 3 and 8 millimeter diameter (or milling attachment)
- a saw (hand saw or jigsaw)
- at least two screw clamps
- at least 6 meters of rope (if you choose the rope variant as a storage area)
- Folding rule
- Screws 3.5 x 40 millimeters
1. Prepare the legs
Place two of the 180 cm long boards on top of each other. They should be screwed together in one place, it is therefore advisable to hold the boards together at the outer end with screw clamps so that they do not slip.
Measure 40 centimeters from one side and mark the spot in the middle of the board. At this point the boards are screwed together.
Now it is pre-drilled and screwed. You do this in four steps. These steps are repeated for all attachment points. So be careful the first time, then it’ll run like clockwork later!
First, use the three-millimeter drill to drill completely through the top board.
Now use the two-way drill to drill through the same hole half a centimeter deep into the board below.
So that the screw head does not protrude later but is flush, you now have to countersink the drilling point a little. You do this either with the eight-millimeter drill or the milling attachment of your drill. It is important that the drill has the same diameter as the head of the screw.
Then the two boards are screwed together loosely.
Now spread the two boards apart to fit the 50 centimeter long board as a cross brace. To do this, measure 37 centimeters from the lower edge on the 180 centimeter long boards and mark the spot.
Lay the 50-centimeter board so that its outer edge is flush with the outer edge of the 180-centimeter board.
Here, too, it is advisable to use screw clamps so that nothing slips when pre-drilling and screwing.
Now the cross brace is attached to the legs. Follow the four steps explained above to pre-drill the holes and screw in the cross brace (first drill size three, then drill size two, countersink at the end with drill size eight or milling head and finally screw the boards together).
After you have screwed the center strut, you can also finally fix the legs at the top. To do this, mark the point six centimeters above the existing screw connection where you will place a second screw.
Use the four-step method here as well.
After the legs are fixed, you need to cut them at the bottom so that they are flat on the floor. To find the right angle, lay out a board or ledge so that it is flush with the outer corners. The result is a triangle that you only have to trace and saw off.
Repeat all steps for the second leg of the clothes rack.
Prepare the storage compartment and assemble the coat stand Next, prepare the cross braces for the lower storage area. To do this, lay the two 1.20-meter-long boards next to each other and draw a mark every ten centimeters alternately on one and the other board. That means: on the first board at 10, 30 and 50 centimeters and on the second at 20, 40 and 60 centimeters.
Drill a simple hole at each mark. The size of the drill bit depends on the strength of the rope you plan to use for your storage compartment. If you want to use the compartment to store smaller accessories, you can place the holes closer together.
If you prefer to use a normal shelf as a shelf, you can skip this step for now and attach the board directly to the horizontal struts as described above.
Now that the legs and crossbars are prepared, you can put the clothes rack together.
To do this, the crossbars are first installed. They are attached at the level of the central strut and at right angles to the legs. It is best to fix them with screw clamps so that they do not slip when screwing together.
You should screw the cross brace at at least two points, for example offset diagonally.
Using the tried and tested four-step method, screw the crossbar on one side and then the other, and repeat the process with the second four-foot board.
3. Tension the storage compartment from ropes
The next step is to complete the storage compartment. To do this, the rope is first threaded through the first hole from the inside out and fastened with a knot on the inside.
Now thread the rope alternately through the holes on one and the other side. Pull it tight after each hole so that the shelf is also nice and tight.
Once you have reached the last hole, all you have to do is secure the whole thing with a tight knot.
3. Attach the clothes rail
The self-made coat stand is slowly taking shape! Last is the clothes rail. To do this, place the remaining wooden strip in the cross that has been created on the top of the legs. Make sure that it lies nicely in the middle.
Here, too, it is advisable to fix the bar with a screw clamp so that nothing slips when screwing.
The bar should be as close as possible to one of the crossing bars. Use the four-step method to screw in and repeat the process on both sides.
the coat stand is ready! Now all you have to do is populate it.
Tip : If you want to hang up a lot of clothes, you should use thick boards and a sturdy type of wood such as oak or beech.