DIY Vintage Hook Rack

DIY Hook Rack

DIY Vintage Hook Rack

A place to hang your things; oh how much it means. A hook makes a room almost instantly a home. It reaches out to help and, if it is installed properly, it will never fail you. There is something about a hook that makes you just relax, you don’t worry; you have what you need hanging right there. Whether it’s your purse, your keys, your bathrobe, or that light sweater you need on these cooling summer nights, the hook is there to hold it; ready and waiting for you. The hook looks good doing it too. It loves to be useful, to be fashionable and to always be there when you need it. Really, it’s the poor girl’s butler but perhaps I just love hooks too much.

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I have been recently updating our little guest room and it is in desperate need of a place for guests to hang a few things. So I started looking around to purchase a hook rack. I love the vintage look of course and simply die for this stunning reclaimed wooden plank with vintage hooks I purchased for way too much money. Now that I live and breathe on a budget, as I was looking I thought, “Heck! I could make one of these! It would be so easy!!” So today, we will do it together readers.

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I purchased some cute vintage looking hooks for a steal at $7 for 3 and a plank of wood for $4. With a little paint and sandpaper and less than an hour of my stunning summer Sunday, I had a homemade hook rack!

DIY Hook Rack

You will need:

  • Hooks
  • A plank of wood
  • Sand paper
  • Paint
  • Screws

How to:
1. Give your wood a quick little sand to smooth the edges and paint.
2. Allow the paint to dry and sand off a little paint if you desire a vintage look.
3. Measure and screw in your hooks equal distance apart.
4. Hang on the wall.

 

 

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To it always hanging helpfully!
Marcella

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Marcella began cooking early, learning from her self-taught mom who prepared brilliant meals nightly. At thirteen, cooking on a Ranch, she learned how to get creative in the kitchen. With an eye for the beautiful, a growing palate, and keen organizing skills she soon began hosting parties and catering events. Moving to New York she was graced to have worked with some of the best interior designers in the city. Taking these skills to the Internet with Marcella Rose’s she shares her passion and innovation hoping to inspire the modern woman.

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Comments

  1. Very cute!

  2. I love this idea! What a fun and easy project. Definitely pinning for later!

  3. LOVE THIS! I’m a huge fan of shabby chic and DIY. I love this project it’s absolutely adorable!!! Coming by from Hump Day Happenings.
    Best,
    B
    http://www.naughteebits.com

  4. I love how each of the hooks are different. It gives the piece even more charm! Thanks for sharing on Hump Day Happenings : )