All these plastic coat hangers seem to break way too easily. You can’t rely on them to support heavy clothing pieces sometimes. Imagine putting your leather jacket on one of the following coat hangers in this post … It’ll look cool AF! Besides that, you deserve to have better-looking pieces to match your personality.
Here are some alternative to those boring coat hangers and the best thing about them is that you can do them all by yourself!
I bet you never thought of this kind of use for some iron pipes. These look like they’re going to last for your whole life. No more breaking!
A more playful design but nonetheless useful. Think of how many people may have this kind of use for an old faucet. This means thinking outside the box.
A DIY project for a coat hanger that can be made from galvanized pipes. This can’t ever go wrong. And it looks amazing.
A lot of elements were combined to create this innovative coat hanger. Some of them are copper, wood and iron pipes. It may look simple, but it’s actually pretty tricky.
Don’t let the appearance deceive you. This is one durable coat hanger made from an iron support, just right for those minimalist house decorations.
It’s absolutely amazing how the mind can work. A creative mind can make life significantly easier. Bent some wrenches and transform them into long-lasting hangers.
Get a piece of wood and glue some wrenches on it. It may sound odd, but once you try it, you will be amazed. Pretty easy, right?
This is the best way to decorate your house and impress your guests with your good taste in furniture. Just improvise and everything will turn out great.
Wood and iron never fail when they are combined. Take a look at this iron pipes attached to a piece of wood, and say that it doesn’t look reliable.
Iron pipes are not used for just one thing. This is the proof that if you know how to improvise, you can make the most impressive things.
This one is incredibly sturdy. Imagine you throw anything at it and it still manages to keep its position. That is how quality and reliability look like.
Another variation of a stand alone coat rack is made from copper. This one should give your house the industrial look you’re aiming for.
This industrial hanger can also be used for other things, such as towels. It is a huge update from the old towel rack and it also looks great.
Another great stand alone rack where you can place also wood planks in order to hold other things like shoes, belts or even accessories.
This one is made out of a former iron ladder. Remove a few steps and you get the best coat hanger you can have. You can even make one out of a wooden ladder if you’re not using it anymore.
This one looks so good and sturdy that even your grandkids will use it. And it looks classy as h***.
This is one way to compromise. You keep the wooden coat hangers, but add an iron chain as a way to support them. It is very useful for when you want to save space and keep your things in order.
Just use whatever piece you have in your garage, and feel free to improvise. You can basically hang your clothes on everything.
A big wrench holding smaller wrenches. Well, it might sound redundant, but in order to keep that industrial feeling you got to make some compromises.
Another way to use wrenches as coat hangers is to fix them to another metal piece. This strategy can’t fail you.
Another innovative way to create not only a coat rack but also a towel rack. Given the fact that it’s made from copper it will ensure great functionality.
This one seems a little difficult to make. It is made from an iron rod to support a few melted hooks. Once it’s done, it will be worth it.
Being original sometimes means to build a coat hanger made from used door knobs. Once you see the finished product, you will be amazed.
If you weren’t convinced about the door knob coat hanger, try to replace it with some old vintage keys. Still innovative; still useful.
This one gets its inspiration from old hotel key racks. You can make your own using some recycled wood and some iron hooks. This makes a good impression if you place it at the entry of your home.