Build Wall Mounted Coat Rack
Wall mounted coat rack – First, measure the area where you want to put the coat rack. The project is a size that fits 5-6 door handle. Second, paint or stain the wood to match the decorating style of the room. Third, mark the center points of the tree with a ruler and pencil. Depending on the length, the center points distance every 2 inches. The point’s show where you want to drill holes for doorknob hangers.
Fourth, cut the wallpaper design that will accent the door handle after they are screwed into pine. Design Soak in water. Place them in the measured points with the design facing up on the tree. Let them dry. Fifth, apply one coat of clear polyurethane of the forest. Allow the wood to dry. The polyurethane keep cuts in place and protects the wood of wall mounted coat rack.
Sixth, drill holes in the middle of wallpaper patterns of wall mounted coat rack. Use a drill bit size that correlates with doorknobs “screw size. Make sure that the drilled holes are centered in design. Seventh, insert correct door handle hardware in the back of the rack and tighten the screws in place. Make sure they are tight.
Commercial Wall Mounted Coat Racks
Wall mounted coat racks – Whether for practical use or as visual appeal, only in entire House should be a coat rack. They can be used anywhere in the house, from lobbies and hallways at the entrance, up to the bedrooms and bathrooms. And let’s not forget the kitchen: there, a coat rack can be very useful; simply hang the pots and have a practical point of reference in your kitchen. In the bedroom you can use it as an exhibitor for hanging pieces of jewelry and beads, or use it to show off your collection of scarves and hats. The coat racks are also very practical for children’s room: hanging on it toys such as rope and hula hoops. In the bathroom, it is very useful for hanging towels and in a corridor can be used to hang bags, coats and hats.
A German manufacturer of furniture of the 19th century is the father of the popular design of the wall mounted coat racks. The most popular was designed in 1849 for a cafe in Vienna. In Victorian times the coat racks were also a symbol of high society status and therefore were exhibited in the halls of the houses so who went there could see them through the window. This action spoke for itself because it indicated that the homeowners worried about whether themselves and for their guests. Declare your personal style with your wall mounted coat racks by choosing one that goes well with your personality. For example, for an interesting touch, you can combine a modern rack that has minimalist lines with an old armchair in the lobby of your House. If you prefer a more classic style, choose an old coat and combine it with a Chair also old.