How to Make a Hanging Rack ?

You have an original idea to make a hanger to put purses, coats and you want.

Make a Hanging Rack

Hanging coat rack
For homes with limited space, or for extravagant residences occupants who like to always be at the forefront, this idea is perfect. These racks or hangers that look striking a well structure: hanging from the ceiling, free forms, making a copy decor and fulfilling its designated role.

Materials to make a hanging rack
To achieve these hanging racks need few materials: steel wire, metal shapes and weight elements, will be the basic essential resources, and they only need a few tools such as a drill to give each subject to suspension.

Steps to make a hanging rack
We begin by determining the height of the hanger. Determine a length of steel cable

that scroll from the ceiling to the beginning (top) of the area of ​​the hanger. Then, depending on the composition of that part, the steel cable on the inside and pass through, or be joined to the upper ends (from the ceiling) and bottom of the piece, over a short section, attaching the lower end of the piece of hanger and a piece weight.

Hanging rack itself is a curved piece not uniform sections, that through these distinctive design allows hang purses, coats and others. We can do it with pieces of iron or pipes, whenever we can shape them (using bending tools or arm strength, but without losing these forms by the weight of suspended objects). So, we create as many pieces as you want, we deem appropriate length.

In forming the rack parts, determines how many of these “curlers” or folds you want to give your hanger, depending on the desired aesthetic and whichever place you go. Remember to hang bags and purses you’ll need sectors somewhat longer, slightly curved upwards (like the arms of a cactus , For example), while for lighter coats a small area will suffice.

If forms hollow pipe hanger, you can hang steel cable inside. However, it is better idea to unite the steel cable to the upper end (with nuts and bolts or clamps interns and steel cable), then the hanger, then a new piece of steel cable, which connects to any piece I give weight. It may be a new area of ​​hollow pipe, filled with sand, or a piece that takes the place of plumb, to give greater stability to the rack.

We recommend that the hanger sector respects the height of a conventional rack. The first “loop” should not be greater than 1.80 meters in height from ground level, and the last “loop” should not be less than one meter above the ground. This will make the pendant hanger is comfortable to use, and that objects are not left hanging to the ground.