A DIY Coat Rack never looked so sweet!
A few weeks ago I created a DIY Plant Stand that was originally supposed to be a coat rack, so I figured I would show you guys what it was really intended to be.
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This project was really simple because I already had the frame build from my plant stand project. Check it out Here. When I posted the unfinished frame on Instagram everyone liked the idea of a plant stand and I loved it too, but I also wanted to see how it would look as the coat rack that it was originally intended for. But here is a quick look at the plant stand!
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To transform the project I used my Makita Impact Gold #2 Phillips 2 in. Power Bit (2 Per Pack) set to add on my Coat Rack Hooks. These Makita gold bits last up to 60 times longer than a regular bit and are designed for high-torque impact drivers. It also flexes to help decrease tip pressure and increase durability.
Check out my build video below.
Tools Used:Makita Impact Gold #2 Phillips 2 in. Power Bit (2 Per Pack)
For more detailed steps on how to build the frame, check out my DIY plant stand post here.
The thing I love most about this build is the fact that it can be used for two things, I mean what more could you ask for. One plan, two projects! Let's take one final look!
This will be perfect for my small entryway. The hooks were a nice touch.
Thanks for reading guys! XOXO Ashley
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