In a need to deal with the never ending struggle with lack of closet space in our house I took to pinterest to look for some rolling rack inspiration. Happened upon this one, and fell in love with it's simple design + it's a breeze to make. It uses the wall to help support it, so the more clothes you put on it the sturdier it gets! (win win) I made a few adjustments to mine from the original here is what you need to make one of your own:
four // 90 degree 1" copper fittings [find them here]
two // 45 degree 1" copper fittings [ find them here]
six // 1 1/8 wooden dowels | please note that the one inch wooden dowels will be too small for the copper fittings and the 1 1/8 size fits perfect.
the dowels will be cut into the following sizes (this is totally open to your own space/size needs) but this is what I did.
four// cut to 35" 2 of these are the top and the bottom bars + 2 of them are the top side pieces
two // cut to 39" these are the bottom sides
NOTE: the original design called for glue to secure all the joints, I opted out of this step so I could be able to transport it if needed. If you would like to secure it DAP strong stick is recommended
Had so much fun getting styled by Emily and Merrit in the cutest spring styles from Old Navy! We were in love with all the Boyfriend jeans, easy tees and hello this trench! Check out our shoot and other easy tips on how to wear spring trends here.