Sunday, August 14, 2016

Two For One Hook Racks



Hey there y'all, today I wanted to share another hook rack that was created from some old fence pieces, scrap corrugated metal, a piece of plywood and a few big buck hooks.




It was a pretty simple project to complete. I just cut 2 fence pieces to size for the ends and added another two pieces of pickets to fill in the gaps for the top and bottom.




The metal just required a little trimming to a smaller size and was tucked under the fence. All was then screwed to the plywood to secure it. I did paint the fence white and then distressed.



By adding two large hooks it became a functional piece perfect for a farmhouse cabin.




The best part was I used the scrap pieces for another small hook rack that is a little beachy.







Two projects for the mostly free price of one, you gotta love that!







Thanks for stopping by,



2 comments:

  1. LOVE it! I'd like to do something like this for my hubby's den/Man Cave for him to hang his jackets and hats. Can you tell me where you got the buck hooks?

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