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  • Amy Kasselder

    Home Improvement: DIY Crafts Paint cans as high functioning hangers/cubbies

  • Tom Cohlmia

    Paint Bucket Coat Hooks - fantastic idea

  • Visual Eye Photo Art by Bets Wilson

    Back in Los Angeles, any old coat rack or a few hooks by the door would do. Most of us would just toss a jacket in the back of the car in the winter months. But here in Vermont we need a little more. Many of the vernacular farm houses I visit have at least a half dozen hooks per person lined up in their mud rooms. My wife and I each will have several different coats, jackets and vests in play all winter long. Add to that assorted scarves, hats and gloves, several of each for both of us, and your average coat rack doesn’t stand a chance. The bench by our door spent the whole winter covered in coats hats and gloves with the overflow often spreading to the back of the sofa in the living room. Materials, for each hanger you'll need: One cleaned or refinished paint can. 2 screws long enough to reach into wall studs. Tools: Long handled screwdriver or screw gun with sufficient extensions to reach bottom of can. Punch or small drill Stud finder (optional) Step one: With the handle in a horizontal position, layout and make 2 small mounting holes at the top and bottom of the can within an inch or less of the edge. Step two: locate and mark stud position on wall for upper screw position. Step three: Screw through the upper hole of the can into the wall stud but not quite snug to the wall. Step four: Straighten the can and screw through the lower hole of the can into the wall stud snug to the wall. Step five: Snug up first screw. Step six: Hang, stuff, drape and regain control of your entry space!

  • Pennie Tajiboy

    Repurposed paint cans into wall storage. cute idea

  • Amy Toland

    Re-purposed Paint Cans as coat hooks- LOVE this for kids/ make shift mud room idea. Can handles serve as great place to hang scarves, inside of cans great for housing gloves, hats etc.

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Coats Hooks, Idea, Coats Racks, Diy Crafts, Wall Storage, Mud Rooms, Paintings Cans, Gloves, Paintings Buckets

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