Yearning for more closet space, but you have no space for a closet? A row of hooks
can work just as well, and this one, from Apartment Therapy
, is not only stylish and efficient, but also eco-friendly.
The rails are salvaged wood, the hooks are old doorknobs, and the shelf above is a metal stud, folded in at either end. The entire project cost its designer US $17, and a little time.
If you don't have a box of old doorknobs rattling around your basement -- though we can't imagine why not -- you can try thrift stores or garage sales, or, as the article suggests, use garden faucets from your local hardware store instead.
For more instructions on creating your own salvaged wood shelf
, follow the link!