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Diy Copper Clothing Rack

Blossom Lady
Feb 19, 2021 06:39 AM

Today I am showing you have to make a DIY copper clothing rack. This project is so easy and you really only need one tool. Assembling the copper pipes takes just a few minutes. I like this DIY copper clothing rack because it’s pretty enough to have it exposed in a room and could be used for a pop-up shop or coat rack. Looking at places like how to home might be a good way to finding out and learn about DIY projects that could inspire you. You can dissemble the DIY copper clothing rack when it is not in use and assemble in just a few minutes. All the details and instructions of the DIY copper clothing rack is listed below. I love this project because it’s incredibly simple!

Since we have a tiny closet (and probably, you have, too), there’s no enough space for all the clothes and outfits. Sometimes, pieces just get lost in there and don’t get shot until they’re out of stock, sigh! I decided that a dedicated clothing rack would be the perfect thing! Even if you don’t need a clothing rack for the same reasons, they’re so cute and handy for plenty of spaces! They make for great extra storage in your room, hanging storage in a guest bedroom or a mini coat hanger for your entryway!

Supplies:

  • 3 – 5’ 3/4” pipes (2 left long, 1 cut into four 10” pieces)
  • 1 – 2’ 3/4” pipe
  • 2 – 3/4” copper tees
  • 2 – 3/4” copper elbows
  • 4 – 3/4” copper caps
  • 1 bottle of glue (I use Gorilla Glue Epoxy)
Diy Copper Clothing Rack
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