This is the fourth installment of Brittany Watson Jepsen’s summer DIY series. Check out her previous projects here, here and here. I love how simple and minimal these projects are, creating awesome results with only a few materials. Thanks for sharing, Brittany! — Kate
For those of us lucky enough to have minimal living space, creative space planning is a must. Our current laundry rack takes up half of one room on the floor, so I thought of other ways to create more space. The answer? Look vertically. I devised a hanging laundry rack that can be hung from the ceiling beams in our enclosed terrace as well as between trees outside. — Brittany Watson Jepsen
Photography by Hilda Grahnat
Read the full how-to after the jump . . .
- 2 wood dowels (mine are 1 1/2″ in diameter) at 36″
- 5 yards of rope
- drill and drill bit (I used 16mm)
1. Place the wood dowel between two tables and secure with clamps.
3. Drill holes in the two dowels.