They fit in everywhere, and they’re both handy and amazingly beautiful: these coat hooks made from branches from the garden. Or from the woods, if you’re looking for a good excuse for a nice walk. You can make them easily yourself with this DIY craft project.
What you need:
a sturdy branch, not too thin, with side branches;
- a saw;
- a drill;
- a screwdriver;
- screws and rawlplugs;
- A bare, dull wall.
Saw the side branch back to some three centimetres from the main branch. Then saw a piece off the main branch where the side branch is attached. Make the piece as long as the planned height of the hook.
Saw this piece in half lengthways, preferably in roughly equal halves. Repeat step 1 and 2 if you want more hooks.
Drill holes at the top and bottom of the coat hook.
Drill holes in the bare, dull wall, insert raw plugs and screw these chunks of nature to your wall. Good work!