But being one to not give up so easily I persisted because necessity is the mother of invention. And so I am here to share with you how to make an easy rustic hook rack for your entryway. Because we all need someplace to hang our necessities.
I had done another one similar which you can see here but I needed something smaller because my entryway is tiny!
What I Used:
- Set of Two Double Prong Robe Hooks in Matte Nickel
- a piece of left over wood 4 inches by 26 inches
- DecoArt Americana Clear Cream Wax
- screws for the hooks
- 2 screw eye hooks
The How To:
Now if you know me you know I am always with a paint brush in my hands and normally that is what I would have done to this piece of wood. Except that this time I stopped myself and said “Self why can’t you leave well enough alone? This piece of wood is like you, a certain age and it is proud to show off its wrinkles and white hair!”
All I did to it was pass a little creme wax over it to give it a bit of shine. You know like when you use mousse on your hair!
I screwed on two eye hooks so that I’d be able to hang them on the wall. Here you see twine which is also another option.
I hope you will try your hand at making your own easy rustic wood hook rack. Stop on by D. Lawless Hardware and have a look at their huge variety of hooks!
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