Clothes Tree from a Lamp Stand

You can make a clothes tree of a sort from a curlicued lamp stand! I found an abandoned standing lamp stand, which was quite heavy and had 3 metal curlicue decorations on it around the top of the stand. I cleaned it up and put it in my bedroom and now hang scarves and things from it. I cover the lamp part on top with hats. You can hang plastic rings and/or an embroidery hoop onto the swirled part to make it easier to hang the scarves, or whatever you want to hang. I find I can also put last night's clothes on the top! Price = $0


By Pamphyila from L.A., CA

October 17, 20090 found this helpful

Will you post a picture of it sometime?

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October 22, 20090 found this helpful

Good way to repurpose a heavy, bulky item. One less item rotting in a landfill!

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July 9, 20120 found this helpful

I have an older brass stand lamp. Lamp light still works so on the side of the top part of the lamp are leaf like oranaments which I use to hold hangers for the next days clothes. It looks OK and works like a charm.

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