Pipe Clothing Rack Diy
This DIY industrial clothing rack will also not take a lot of effort to build, and you will not need to buy a lot of supplies. The DIY clothing rack uses some 1/2-inch steel conduit pipes, a couple of floor flanges and elbow joints, 2 dozen wood screws, a wooden board for the base and 4 casters.
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This DIY pipe clothing rack was made using a 3ft long, 1" pipe. The pipe used for the depth of the rack was 6" long. This could be longer, depending on how large your space is. Our laundry room is pretty tight, so I didn't want the rack to extend too far out. The standard plastic clothing hangers almost hang straight out.
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You can build this industrial clothes rack in a weekend. The best part is that the mixture of steel pipe and old wood gives this clothing stand a timeless industrial aesthetic that fits nicely
The clothing rack features Kee Klamp fittings and pipe to create the clothing rack frame with wood boards attached to the top of the frame to complete the shelf. The look is featured throughout the store including similarly designed clothing racks which span the length of the wall (pictured at the bottom of this article).