DIY Wooden Arrow Wall Hooks
We recently finished our major basement reno, which included building a new bathroom from scratch. Since my budget was pretty much non-existent, I needed to get creative with home decor projects to finish the bathroom. One of these was DIY wooden arrow wall hooks to hang our clothing and swim wear on.
Here is what you need to make this:
Wooden Arrows (I used 3)
Scrap wood (cut to desired size)
Paint (I used Deco Art White)
Command strips (to hang it)
I cut the piece of scrap wood to length and painted the wooden arrows and scrap wood with two coats of white paint and let dry.
I measured where I wanted the arrows to go on the scrap wood rail and pre-drilled the holes for the hook hardware. I attached the hooks through the arrows onto the rail, using the supplied hardware.
Since I did not want to put holes in my new wall, I used command strips to hold my wall hooks. I used three in total, one at each end and one in the middle. You could always use wall anchors and screw the piece into the wall to make it more secure.
Now I have a custom piece that matches the arrow motif in my new bathroom!
- Wooden Arrows (Oriental Trading)
- White Paint (Craft store)
- Hooks (Salvage store (or hardware store))
- Scrap wood (Hardware store)
- Command Strips (Walmart)
Published September 25th, 2017 1:14 PM