Monday, January 30, 2012

::DIY clothing rack::


On Saturday, I'm doing my first antique show in Virginia. I'll be showing off much of my collection: restyled furniture, vintage home decor, antique goods, vintage dresses + bags, handmade jewelry and wall art. There's lots of unique stuff that hasn't been listed in the shop (yet).

I've been needing a clothing rack to display the dresses and I found a great idea here to do it myself. Yesterday J and I gathered all the supplies at the hardware store and started building. It's all various metal plumbing/piping supplies. Some pieces we couldn't find in black iron, so we went with galvanized steel. The mix-matched looks pretty cool. We set it up outside and it's just perfect. The industrial look is exactly what I wanted. Plus, it's slim and sturdy. Here's the assembly process...

thanks for the video, J. music by Phish

7 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea! Thanks for sharing, I'll definitely be showing this to my husband and hopefully getting him to take a trip with me to the hardware store. I love how you videoed the process.

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  2. I have been wanting to make something similar to this for the laundry room but maybe have it hang from the ceiling. Great idea! Love the video.

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  5. You can use them in the laundry room and then move them wherever you want. As for the style they feature, it all depends on your preferences.

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  6. I was googling today "rustic clothing racks" for my new shop (we are moving next week) and your blog came up!!!! I hope all is well!!! Hope you and Jay are doing fantastic! xo

    -Meghan

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    1. Haha, that's awesome! Congrats on your new shop location. Hope your wedding planning is going well :)

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