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There have been tons of clothing racks made out of plumbing parts, here's my little version of it. It is the easiest, most uncomplicated clothing rack imaginable, it is basically just a frame that leans against the wall. And surprisingly it turned out sturdier than I thought it would be, and is also really easy to deconstruct and move around. What you'll need: / 2 tubes of 2 meters in length / 2 tubes of 1 meter in length / 4 3 way joints for plumbing tubes / a roll of tape step one. put the long tubes against the wall in an inclined way.
Hope everyone is having a stellar Friday! I've been out in LA for the last week having a fantastic time. Last night I hosted a DIY event at the Soho House and sipped martinis and crafted the night away. We made three projects including one inspired by Mara Hoffman's necklaces from her Spring 2012 collection. I know it is a bit early to think Spring, but I could not help but brighten up being in Cali.
I wanted some neon color on my fingertips, but wanted to be subtle about it. What could be better than bright neon on black, reminiscent of cool Summer nights at the carnival? Give your tips a hot neon makeover with a little paint and patience (and no airbrush to have to bother with for this…