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How to make a cool coat/bag rack

For a cheap coat and bag rack. Total was less than 20$ from lowes and I have leftover supplies.

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First start by cutting ~8 feet of the steel wire  and tie the ends through the screws as shown in the next two pictures.

First start by cutting ~8 feet of the steel wire and tie the ends through the screws as shown in the next two pictures.

Get about 2 inches through and wrap the end around and around until you can't anymore as shown in the next picture.

Get about 2 inches through and wrap the end around and around until you can't anymore as shown in the next picture.

5 or so twists should do it.

5 or so twists should do it.

Screw in the hooks about 8-10 inches apart from each other (or closer depending on how many hooks you want; but don't let the rack get crowded or too heavy).

Screw in the hooks about 8-10 inches apart from each other (or closer depending on how many hooks you want; but don't let the rack get crowded or too heavy).

Side view of rack attached to wall.

Side view of rack attached to wall.

One wall mount.

One wall mount.

Nail the wall mounts into the wall about 4 feet apart. Try to get them into a stud with a stud finder if you have one.

Nail the wall mounts into the wall about 4 feet apart. Try to get them into a stud with a stud finder if you have one.

Make sure to add some inspirational, catchy, hipster, funny, or nerdy quote with a big black sharpie. (Trace quote lightly in pencil first, then cover with sharpie).

  • 1.0 Large Picture frame hanging kit
  • 1.0 Bag of ~10 hook screws
  • 1.0 Six foot long 1"x8" white pine wood board
  • 1.0 Big black sharpie