Introduction: DIY Belt Hanger

Super easy and simple and takes about 10 minutes!


I found a similar idea on Pinterest, but didn't have the materials to do it that way, so I improvised with what I had and this is how I did it, saving space and makes belts easy to access

Materials Needed:

  • Wooden Coat Hanger
  • Picture Hanging Hooks
  • Pliers

Step 1: Screw Hooks In

  1. First take a look at the belts you plan to put on the hanger, based on my belts I had two wide belts which were heavier - so these went on the outer edge, with slightly more space between them and the other hooks. Measure out how much space you will require between belts, mark this up on the wood.
  2. If you have closed hooks like I did, take the pliers and (very carefully) open up the hook eye until it's far enough apart to fit any given belt hook onto it.
  3. Just work the screw in slightly, then twist until they are appropriately set in the wood.

It's that easy.

Step 2: Hang Your Belts

Saves SO much space that they would take up via other methods, cheap and super useful.

Comments

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susyqwm made it! (author)2015-12-24

could work for ties, scarves and spaghetti strap tops too. Pretty cool

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TomV4 made it! (author)2015-12-21

Sure, but can you hang coats from a belt hanger?

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AshleighC5 made it! (author)AshleighC52015-12-22

Well now, that would depend on the specific belt hanger in question. In relation to this particular one, for all intents and purpose....Yes.

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DIY Hacks and How Tos made it! (author)2015-12-21

This is a great idea for conserving space in a closet.

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