DIY Branch Clothing Rack

DIY branch clothing rack rustic

If you read yesterday’s post, then you caught a glimpse of this DIY Branch Clothing Rack. In my book, the branch is way cooler than any clothing I own, not to mention there is almost always a funny story to go along with hunting for pretty branches, although they’re normally not conversation starters if you’re going for witty and sane. Nonetheless, this project is so easy that it makes finding a branch look like rocket science…

DIY branch clothing rack

To make your own, all you’ll need is 40lb. picture wire, a branch, wire cutters, and optionally an “S” hook. Just knot the picture wire onto each end, and then cut them to the desired length. Then knot the ends onto an “S” hook, or tie it directly to your location. Super easy!

DIY branch clothing rack

DIY branch clothing rack

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  10. I get pleasure from, lead to I discovered just what I
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    day lengthy hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day.

    Bye

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  14. Just came across your site today. I love this idea! Don’t know if others have noticed this but the 1st picture that has clothing, etc on the branch, one end looks like a hand. I’ve retitled your picture as “The Helping Hand Clothing Branch Rack… LOL

    Unfortunately, this is an idea I can’t use myself but I do intend to pass this creative idea along to friends and family. Now I’m off to look at all the other ideas you’ve shared. I know I’ll find something I can create…. =)

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  16. Love the branch idea. Very decorative. My question is, after assembly and after attaching the S hook, does this hang from the ceiling?

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  17. I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!!! I’m following you on Instagram. I’m @young_fashion. I LOVE YOUR DIYS just keep on being awesome and keep on blogging!❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

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  18. I am so glad that you decided to share how you made the branch clothing rack. I stared and stared at the branch on yesterday’s post to try and figure out what you used to hang it, and now i know!!!!

    Brilliant idea! Great DIY

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  19. Love this! Did you have to treat the branch with bug killer or anything?
    I can also picture doing this for a hanging chandelier (i.e. using a wood branch and some big glass baubles/mason jars).

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  20. Oh my god! what a great idea you gave us again! thank you so much for your beautiful shares! (the rug is perfect, too can you tell us where did you found it?)

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    • Awesome! I’m glad to hear it! And the chevron rug is from Urban Outfitters for like $30 or something crazy, sweet deal huh?

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