This is the third installment of Brittany Watson Jepsen’s summer DIY series. Check out her previous projects here and here. Thanks so much for sharing your DIY talents with us, Brittany! It’s great to have you back :) — Kate
I’ve had copper plumbing tubing on my mind lately, and I’ve been thinking about how to apply it to a beautiful home setting. Since we haven’t done much to our little apartment since moving in, I thought I’d experiment and find some uses for it. This DIY is SUPER simple if you just have basic drilling skills, and trust me, before this I did not, which means that anyone can do it. — Brittany Watson Jepsen
Photography by Hilda Grahnat
Read the full how-to after the jump . . .
- copper tubing (I used 22mm)
- curtain rod holders
- wood cube
- bronze spray paint
- drill with same size bit as copper tubing
1. Start by creating the geometric pattern on the wood cube by covering diagonals with masking tape on each side.
4. Spray paint the curtain rod holders.
These rods are so simple but add just the right amount of pop to your room. Enjoy!