DIY simple cheap bedside garment rack fixed on the wall

I made this two simple garment rack to hang cloths in our room. They're located on both sides of the bed. The idea was not to have anything on cycles on the floor and in a way.


  • round iron bars 6mm radius (used for fencing and found at the fencing workshop as leftover)
  • 2 zinc plate brackets (found at ScrewFix
  • Metalic silver paint in spray container
  • Welding machine with all needed equipment (if you don't own one and don't know how to weld, the solution is to ask at the local workshop as this job took less than 5 minutes).


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