It’s autumn already, did you notice? Isn’t it getting a little cold? If you’ve worn outerwear or accessories before, you’ll need some racks and hooks in your entryway to hang them up. Need some tutorials on how to make a cool rack? Here they are, these are modern wardrobes that are great for modern / minimalist spaces.
This tutorial shows you how to build a modern wardrobe. This modern wardrobe design made from black walnut wood is both stylish and functional. Regardless of whether you are looking for a cloakroom in your foyer or mudroom, and whether your furnishing style is a modern farmhouse or a craftsman, this cloakroom is sure to fit in perfectly. Watch the video tutorial and do it!
Building a cloakroom has never been easier! Just follow this simple DIY tutorial to make your own stylish entryway essential – all from a single piece of wood. This unique design consists of only one wooden panel and leans against any blank wall. It adds character as well as hook. Such a simple and cool idea to rock!
This project is an eco-friendly idea as you are using waste wood to make some large townhouses – recycle! The idea is moody and fun. You can go for any color and enjoy the resulting piece, which is sure to add a funky touch to your entryway. As you paint, personalize it with different colors. Love big cities!
This modern teepee clothes rack is perfect for storing your jackets and hats. Its minimalist design is ideal for modern homes. It’s incredibly easy to make, no glue or screws required, and you can dye it to match your other furniture! See the tutorial in the source for how to make your own.
This wall mount is an easy addition to any entryway, but it’s important when you have a lot of accessories that you use frequently. The piece is made with a piece of poplar wood and some wood dowels to create a peaceful look that easily fits into many rooms. It’s a good idea to leave the pins detachable to hide how they are attached to the wall. Paint or color it if you want!
This simple wood and metal entry shelf can also hold mail or other accessories. It’s very functional. While traditional racks can take the jacket and pockets off your hands, you can use this project to create and assemble a beautifully simple rendition that even has a hidden slot for mail. It’s easy to adapt to your space and simplifies the daily clutter at the entrance of your home.
This coat rack lies flat against the wall, but looks three-dimensional. It could be very functional but still have a great sculptural look when not in use. Use it to hold your keys, mail, scarves, hats or jackets. It’s a great space-saving solution without sacrificing style, and geometry is all the rage right now.
Check out this modern and industrial wardrobe, with floating shelves made entirely of faucets and pipes, then mounted on the floor and on the wall. The piece also features walnut boards. Additionally, the design can be changed to include more or fewer shelves. Read the tutorial and get inspired to make this piece yourself!
A front door that rotates on a swivel box rather than traditional side hinges is a chic and fresh modern idea that is widely used today. Swing doors exude a cool, contemporary feel, but whether they're suitable for your home is another question.
Revolving doors are primarily used for high-end and custom homes, and they benefit from two converging trends in residential construction: homes with a greater connection between inside and outside, and ever larger doors to accommodate this type of lifestyle.
The doors offer many advantages. In addition to a seamless, optimized appearance, they offer smooth operation. The door panels can be made much wider, the total area being larger than a side-hinged door.
One problem that comes with some hinged doors is warping. Swing doors swing up and down at a point that does not restrict warp movement in the door. Most doors will definitely stay sturdy, but since wood is a natural product, it can freely assume any shape that can pull the fabric of a door into a chain.
One of the biggest drawbacks to using a revolving door is its cost - it's up to 30 percent more expensive than a combination of a door and a sidelight and, by some estimates, twice as expensive as a single standard-width door.
If your budget and style allow doors like this - just go for them, they look stunning and very fresh. They are a great facility and a way to connect with the outdoors.