Ask anyone, and they will say that retail therapy has practical results. One of the consequences is too many clothes and accessories that end up just thrown about in wardrobes, closets, beds, and chairs. No matter how many dressers and drawers a person has, there is never enough space to keep all the apparel and shoes. The real problem lies not on the lack of storage capacity but the absence of organization. Imagine a wardrobe, a regular one; it will most likely have allocated areas for everyday clothes. But it will not have sections for formal or evening wear.
It is here where the issues begin to arise. Each person has different kinds of clothes that fit separate occasions, but the closet doesn’t. Hence, raiment’s end up lying on the bed or furniture. It means that clothes are lost and damaged quite often. They also tend to last for a shorter time. For anyone who wants to keep their threads in good repair, it is time to invest in organization and storage ideas. To rescue the day, or rather your expensive clothes, Alpha Conveyors, one of the prominent conveyor companies in Canada, steps in.
The thought will cross your mind at this point – why do we need a conveyor and garment rail company to help us? The answer lies with wardrobes. Anyone who has gone to a furniture store lately, in search of closets, drawers, and dressers, will know they cost exorbitantly. The price tag attached to simplest of wardrobes is too high, and not everyone can readily shell it out. So, how do you take care of your fashion problem without spending an arm and a leg? You do it by making a clothes rail at home. We spoke to the experts at Alpha conveyors and asked for their tips on creating DIY clothes hanging rail.
The rails are easy to make at home and are constructed with materials that can be found anywhere. The best substance to use is industrial pipes and wood. Both are not heavy on the pocket and assembling them doesn’t require a degree in engineering. Plus, steel plumbing pipes are the most versatile of materials that can be connected with a long list of wrought iron connectors. It is one tubular material that along with joints can be employed to build just about everything. Another plus is that sometimes you don’t even need tools to create something and when you do then the most basic of them.
Getting steel pipes and lumber to make the DIY rail is easy. Any material handling systems in Canada can help you with it. What you will need:
- Steel pipes
- Screws to hold pieces together
- Tools for cutting and screwing
- Wood Planks
- Durable strings or ropes (if you want a hanging clothes rail)
Some of the varieties of garment rail you can make at home with these materials are:
1.Hanging Clothing Rack is the most basic type of garment rack that can be made at home without utilizing much space.
2. Hanging Branch Clothing Rack where instead of a steel rod you use a wooden branch to hang clothes.
3. An open wardrobe that is just steel pipes attached to a section of wall.
4. Industrial Pipe Clothing Rack where the steel rods used are old industrial rejects or reclaimed ones.
5. Face out Clothing Rack where one small piece of pipe is attached at 90 degrees to the wall.
6. Simple Copper Clothing Rack which stands on the floor.
7. Wall Mount Clothing Rack that you see most often in pictures and fashion stage sets.
The best part about making a garment rack at home is that steel and wood give a classic appearance. Their timeless feel ensured that they fit in well with a range of décor. Be it a studio apartment or retail store, the industrial aesthetics of DIY racks make for a cool way to display and store clothes. The benefits of homemade clothing racks are twofold. They aid in proper organization and storage of garments plus they give a charm to your home. And for people who tend to move around frequently, there is the added advantage of dismantling them easily. Durable, trendy and practical, what more can you ask.