Love Aesthetics

November 10, 2013

Multiple-Way Clothing Rack

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need:
/plastic plumbing tubes
/6 x 90° corner connection
/2 x three-way connection

My new workspace was in need of a place to hang clothes, something a bit different from a straight forward rack, something on which garments can be displayed better and styled into little groups. So I made this rack out of white PVC tubes (as opposed to metal tubes previously here, here and here) on which you can hang clothes on two sides opposite to each other. Cool thing is, when tilted and put on its side it becomes a longer (yet lower) rack. Ah yes! Multifunctionality excites me!

how to
/01 Cut your tubes to the right lengths: 3 x 1.70 meter / 2 x 1 meter / 4 x 30 centimeter
/02 Assemble.

57 responses to “Multiple-Way Clothing Rack”

  1. This is amazing!!
    I just wish I had enough space im my appartment for this…
    Maybe one day.

  2. This idea is so unique because it can revamp and make a rack look so much more interesting with so little effort. It not only seems easy to make but also takes so little time to create and I sure will try this out when I have the time. I love all the DIY ideas you post on your blog – Thank you for always providing with an infinite amount of DIY ideas, Ivania!

    http://www.theclosetopener.blogspot.com

  3. Adelajda says:

    it’s sooooo simple!!!

  4. Love the minimalist feel ! So inspiring
    XX Luba

    Burberry iunspiration in my look today
    http://www.well-living-blog.com

  5. I love the clothing rail it’s so simple and clever. Also, the hangers are so beautiful! Where did you get them from? Would love to get a few of them. 🙂

  6. Thank you Catherine, happy to hear you like it. The hangers are from HAY 🙂

  7. Heel mooi. En wat een mooie hangers ook! 🙂

    x

  8. MyDubio says:

    Indeed perfection! Such a simple but functional idea!

  9. Looks amazing, is it heavy enough to stand steadily? x

    Sparks In Spring

  10. Laura lexo says:

    Great idea! Have to make one like this !

    Cool

    xx
    http://Www.Lauralexo.com

  11. Daphne says:

    This is an amazing idea and so easy to make!

    xx
    http://mucculunga.blogspot.com.ar

  12. Flora Amies says:

    I think it’s the most womanly and admirable thing to see a lady construct something. Awesome!

    Flora
    http://www.twowithseven.blogspot.co.uk

  13. Emily Ulrich says:

    Love this! You always have such original ideas to spruce up space. I actually think I have some PVC pipe I could make into a clothing hanger. Definitely going to try this.

    http://hazylaughter.com

  14. Anonymous says:

    super brilliant! will you please do a hanger diy? 🙂 merci, sophia

  15. It’s amazing how classy white can be. Love your blog! Keep it going! 🙂

    http://andreavytlacilova.com/

  16. Rougeuse says:

    Heel erg vet! De hangers zijn zo mooi! x

    rougeuse.blogspot.com

  17. love the economy of this design. Where do you buy those delicious hangers!
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  18. Olivia says:

    Perfect! the copper hangers are a dream x

    nudeonbroadstreet.blogspot.com

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  21. Mothi says:

    Amazing!

    I wish I had more space in my room for a rack

    xo’ M
    http://blvckorsomething.blogspot.com

  22. Cheyenne says:

    This is amazing!! Just what I need, or I think I need 🙂
    xx

    http://www.zoesparablepsia.blogspot.com

  23. great idea. and your blog has a great look. i really like it.
    have fun with it.

    groetjes
    vreeni from freak in you

  24. Bri says:

    So clever! And doesn’t look too difficult to assemble.

    xx R U I B R I

  25. Bike Pretty says:

    I made something similar for our bathroom. Despite having a sprayer, our tub was missing a shower curtain. It worked fairly well, but was pretty unstable.

    How do you secure the pipes in the connectors? Mine would often come apart when jostled.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Sick 😉

  27. thats really cool, im defo gonna do this when i have my own space!

  28. by Emilija says:

    Simplicity, that’s what makes our lives easier..

    http://www.underneathemilija.blogspot.de

    Emilija

  29. HayleyMG says:

    i reallyyyy want a rail rack, i think they are just fantastic to be able to have all your most used pieces on. As well as being able to stare at your clothes all the time 😛

    Hayley xx
    http://www.addictionstoshopping.blogspot.com

  30. Tia Bangura says:

    Ivania, this is really cool. I’m saving this post for reference. I’m thinking about building a shoe rack using the same materials, plus glass.

  31. Anders says:

    Hey!
    I love this rack!
    How much did the materials cost?
    Where I live it would be much cheaper to buy a rack from the store!:-(
    I would actually get 3 racks for the price it would take to make one of those!

  32. really? it cost me less than 20 euro

  33. Storm Land says:

    I plan to become very rich and have a walk-in wardrobe in my house. Then I’ll have a lot of clothing racks like this. I love clothing racks, you can be so creative with them!

  34. What did you use to cut the piping with?

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  37. karlijn woudstra says:

    I love these clothing rack DIY! and I really want to make it. But is the material (PVC) strong enough to carry a lot of weight from the clothes?? Because I really don’t want it to collapse.

  38. karlijn woudstra says:

    I love these clothing rack DIY! and I really want to make it. But is the material (PVC) strong enough to carry a lot of weight from the clothes? Because I really don’t want it to collapse. I hope someone has a answer because I can’t wait to make it :).

  39. karlijn woudstra says:

    sorry for the double post!

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  41. Jasmine says:

    Wat een super leuk idee! Ik ben snel aan de slag gegaan alleen buigt het wel erg door als je er jassen aan hangt. Voor het zware werk ben ik naar dit kledingrek uitgeweken. ook erg mooi en lekker stevig!

  42. Nele says:

    I love this DIY so much!!! Thank you for posting it.
    I even made it aswell, but instead of plastic tubes, I used wooden sticks and copper angle pieces – it turned out so great :)(it’s a combination of your DIY and this one: http://weekdaycarnival.blogspot.de/2013/09/diy-coatrack.html)
    It was super easy to make and I’m sure it will be a real eyecatcher in my bedroom!
    xx

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  44. Anoek says:

    Very nice clothing rack. I love these racks and i can`t miss them!

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