I really didn’t know how to title this post. It’s a rustic sign, however it is also a useful clothes hanger. Today, I am sharing how I made a rustic wall clothes and accessory hanger for for the guest bedroom.
If you missed my diy rustic tray you will notice I am using another piece of the wood I had cut at Lowe’s. The sizes I had cut were 24 x 8. Next time, I would have them cut smaller as they are too long imo for my stencils. In fact, the actual size of my stencils will be around 9 x 12 for your information. That is a rough estimate.
For this wall hanging I first dry brushed the wood with a simple white chalky paint.
After that dried, I had a very old stencil with vines that I used for the base of the sign. I wanted again to do the layering of stencils like I did on my rooster tray.
After that was all dry I added the coffee cup hooks to the sign. You can find them just about anywhere. I found mine at Lowe’s. I actually measured the placement I wanted before I started. Usually I wing it, but I wanted to be sure to get them even.
Now I have something useful in there for guests to hang their robes, or pj’s, purses, etc.
Right next to the sign I have had this chalkboard that has remained empty. Simply because I can’t draw and didn’t know what I wanted on there.
I used chalky paint to stencil on the chalkboard and then I took a piece of chalk and ran it across the chalkboard to appear like I actually drew this on there. HA…everyone will know I sure did not.
But it looks it, so all good with me.
I never have shown this side of the all in our guestroom, because I have had it bare all these years.
These are the wall hangers I used. I used two, one end to end.
But hopefully now you can see how the room has all come together for our guests.
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