9 DIY Hat And Cap Racks That Are Easy To Make

9 diy hat and cap racks that are easy to make cover

If you love wearing hats and caps of all kinds, you probably puzzle over storing them all. Don’t worry, I have some ideas for you! These hat and cap racks will help you with storing your fedoras and they are all easy to make, you will need a couple of minutes to realize most of these projects. The good thing is most of these DIYs can accomodate not only hats but also bags, coats and even gloves, so you will declutter your space easily with them. Let’s have a look at what you can make.

The first project is aimed at kids’ rooms: if your kid needs a designated area for his fancy headwear, this is right what you need! This is a dinosaur cap or hat rack, paint the dinos in various bold colors and excite your son with this rack! Besides, if you have a daughter, you can substitute the dinos for some other items.

DIY dinosaur hat rack (via crazycozads.blogspot.ru)

DIY dinosaur hat rack (via crazycozads.blogspot.ru)

Anyone by now can probably tell that the decor in little green leans more towards the natural and whimsical. Bringing nature into your home is not only light on your wallet, but is big on your imagination. That’s why this whitewashed wood branches rack is so cool – it’s pure nature and will hold all your hats in a comfy way.

DIY whitewashed branch hat rack (via https:)

DIY whitewashed branch hat rack (via https:)

This rack is very easy thing to craft, which will save your hats from their demise on the bedroom floor! You can add as many hats to this rack as you can fit, layering them as you go using pegs. The best thing is it can also be used to hang or display your clothes.

DIY copper hanging hat rack (via apairandasparediy.com)

DIY copper hanging hat rack (via apairandasparediy.com)

This cool rack is a way to store your hats and make them a part of the décor of your room. It is also customizable by just adding another braided rope or rearranging the pins to however you want to. It even nicely displays all the hats on the wall with only using two nails on the wall!

DIY hanging hat organizer (via www.beautybitten.com)

DIY hanging hat organizer (via www.beautybitten.com)

If you are looking for a fun beginners DIY project in woodworking, then check out this one made of poplar wood. For under $35 dollars this simple rack can be made in about 5 hours or less including glue and wood stain drying times. This simple woodworking project will get you familiar with using basic hand tools and common procedures associated with all types of carpentry work.

DIY wood hat rack (via removeandreplace.com)

DIY wood hat rack (via removeandreplace.com)

This project is a wonderful example of thinking outside the square transforming clothes hangers into a coat, hat and handbag rack. The item is made of clothes hangers, what can be more comfortable for hanging anything than a clothes hanger?

DIY coat and hat rack (via https:)

DIY coat and hat rack (via https:)

This is the only DIY hat rack guide you’ll need. It’s extremely simple, minimalist, and simultaneously chic and contemporary. Quite possibly a timeless design that’s been constructed since the dawn of humanity, it features a few wood poles tied together by a leather cord. It’ll run you no more than $20-$30 and is a great home and interior DIY project for beginners.

DIY simple and clean hat and coat rack of wood dowels (via blog.froy.com)

DIY simple and clean hat and coat rack of wood dowels (via blog.froy.com)

This is a bamboo post rack, which is suitable for hats, bags, coats and other stuff. It’s pretty easy to make and looks stylish, plus it perfectly fits any beach or tropical-inspired interiors.

DIY bamboo post rack for coats, bags and hats (via www.hometalk.com)

DIY bamboo post rack for coats, bags and hats (via www.hometalk.com)

This project is a great way to clean up and dry out those soggy gloves and hats strewn about! Plus it’s super easy and cheap! You can easily customize this by adding s-hooks or additional dowels for extra hooks or try dipping the ends in some paint for some extra character.

DIY standing hat rack (via sayyes.com)

DIY standing hat rack (via sayyes.com)