Love Aesthetics

February 13, 2012

DIY Upside Down Hanger



This easy transformation of a clothing hanger into a hook is my first of a monthly DIY feature I’m doing on the best Dutch online magazine out there;

(It is actually a redo of a DIY I did a year ago.) It is such a ridiculously easy way to create a new space to hang jewelry, clothes or hats that I don’t really need to explain how to make one of your own, right?

60 responses to “DIY Upside Down Hanger”

  1. ASH says:

    simple and beautiful.

  2. i tried to put it on my wall, but the nails was to far from each other, so….. I guess I looked really funny, trying to make the (metal)hanger fit….

    apart from that, I think yours is beautiful πŸ™‚

  3. Beautiful, clean and simple. just how I like it!

    Love from London,

  4. who knew such a simple idea could look so interesting! love this x

  5. Iulia Romana says:

    Love how original you are !

  6. Dominika says:

    omg, it’s so simple and yet so amazing!
    LOVE IT!

    Fashion Philosophy

  7. Angela Marie says:

    So clever! And it looks great!
    It would be cool to paint and do little designs too πŸ™‚

  8. Oh Ivania, please do explain!

    … Just kidding.

    Awesome idea, could see my necklaces hanging off this thing.
    Much love, from England.
    Hannah Alehandra

  9. β–²Tyna says:

    that’s amazing!! πŸ™‚

  10. dnalbnire says:

    so simple yet so brilliant, i will definitely be trying this out πŸ™‚ thank you for the tip!


  11. Jasmina says:

    Loving it. So clean and elegant.

  12. Shini says:

    That is such a great idea, and so easy to do too… I didn’t want to make any serious holes just to hang my jewellery but this is a perfect solution!

  13. Lena says:

    I love it…Lena

  14. that’s a perfect idea !!!!!!

  15. Zweiteiler says:

    so simple, but awesome! great DIY!


  16. Heidi says:

    Wow, I love it! It’ll give my room a more edgy and industrial look.. I might try that out after I put up my clothes rack (which you inspired me to do as well, haha).

  17. duckalicious says:

    I wish I had wall space to do this one. very effective!

  18. Such an amazing idea! It would also work for belts!
    xx s

  19. I love this idea, so creative!!
    I totally gonna do it!

  20. Style Porn says:

    Sometimes the simplest DIYs are the most satisfying!

  21. Mike says:

    Love the idea about the simple hanger. Greetings and good luck in your future realisations!

  22. Anouk says:

    Erg leuke DIY! Ik ben al een tijd op zoek naar zo’n simpele ijzeren kleerhanger! Waar heb jij die vandaan?

  23. Magnet says:

    You honestly come up with some of the best d.i.y interior design ideas.

  24. Martyna says:

    Awesome idea πŸ˜‰

  25. Charlotte says:

    I’m genuinely amazed by this. What a simple concept! And what a powerful effect.. it looks unbelievably cool

  26. congrats on the new monthly collaboration! always love your diy’s, i think the painted jeans you did recently were my all time favourite though! looking forward to what comes next!

    january, x

  27. simply brilliant idea, and no explanation necessary – i like that. πŸ™‚

  28. Beatrice says:

    haha so cute!

    xoxo Beatrice

  29. Maria says:

    this looks great!!

  30. katecrackpot says:

    määäh, my wrist is too big for this lovely COS bracelet! :{

  31. FTD says:

    Lovely πŸ™‚

  32. Francesca says:

    So simple yet so effective. You’ve done it again Ivania πŸ˜‰

  33. Alexa says:

    totally love it ;D

  34. Miss Iffa says:

    This is so clever! I will definitely be using up my hangers rapidly from now on! I adore your blog, I love the minimalistic approach, the clean cut posts and the criteria it covers. I can really relate to it. Followed for sure! —

  35. SΓ³ley says:

    The most brilliant ideas are the simplest, I guess. I actually prefer this to a wood one (or something else) I like the rawness of it.

    – Sóley
    we are purple

  36. Marina says:

    Like it! Great idea!

    xoxo M.

  37. K says:

    This is such a simple yet amazing idea!!!! i really love the look of this!!!

    love K

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