The wooden hangers or racks are essential for most homeowners. Unfortunately, they can be quite expensive and may not fit the style of your home. An excellent alternative is to do it yourself; can not only be cheaper but you can create something that perfectly matches your home. Consider a wooden wall coat rack over the natural and literal. Choose the fallen branch. Find one that is dry and strong with strong shoots.
If you are flexible, it is too wet. Growth should be strong enough to hold your coats, so if you start with tension, looking thicker growth. Inspect insects. If you see that some are dragged from the inside within the branch or small holes, choose a new branch. Use your hacksaw to cut any smaller branch that does not want to take your wall coat rack.
Wall coat rack sands your branch. This step is optional if you want to maintain a style naturally. However, you must be sanded parts that could snag your clothes. If desired, dye your branch. If you do not want to stain, apply a sealer and let it dry. Locate your branch within the container. Pour a layer of 2-3 inches (5-7 cm) of decorative rocks to form the basis of your branch.