In this video you will learn how to make a coat rack from reclaimed wood.
Tools & Materials:
Wall plugs and screws adapted to your wall
30mm Wood screws
6 x hooks
Medium-Grit glass paper
drillbit adapted to your wall
Step 1: Cut: 3 x 1.20m planks and 2 x 1m plank
Step 2: Sand the wooden planks
Step 3: Fix the 1m planks horizontally on your wall
Step 4: Drill in the 1.20m plans vertically on your wall so they lie perpendicular to the 1m planks
Step 5: Fix the hooks in place
Credits: Lawrence Blatt - Reach for the Rainbow
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"Orange Blossom Honey" by Lawrence Blatt
In this video we are going to learn how to make a coat rack out of reclaimed wood
You will need:
Some planks of wood, some screws and wall plugs (or dowels) best-suited to the wall on which you wish to mount your coat rack; some 30mm wood screws and 6 hooks
A tape measure, a steel square, a pencil, a saw, some medium-grit sandpaper, a drill-driver and a drill bit best-suited to the supporting wall you are working on
Here, we are going to make a coat rack that is 1.20m in height, and 1m in width
Measure and cut the wooden plans to your desired lengths. Here, we will need 3 planks measuring 1.20m
and two measuring 1m
Sand down your wooden planks using the medium-grit sandpaper
Now we can move on to assembling the coat rack
On the wall, fix your two 1 metre planks parallel to one another, with a gap of 40cm (15.7in) between them.
Next,, perpendicular to your 1m planks, screw in your 1.20m planks of wood
Finish by adding your coat hooks
Your coat rack is now finished!