Always simple, I’m a fan of wire hangers. Because they combine minimalism with enough material for use. At the same time, aesthetically pleasing to create clean lines that are satisfactory. They are designed quite simply and perfectly so that it is unnecessary to play on them but we can make them look much more beautiful with a little decorative detail.
I’ve recently turned the old worn-out part of my wardrobe into an open hanger from a closet that was trying to hide. There are many good things to do. Access to parts I often use has become easier and has provided a fantastic view! But one of the requirements of having an open wardrobe is the need for a striking and regular group suspension. I’ve tried wood, plastic and factory-made hangers before, but I’ve never liked the bullying stance of wood and plastic hangers, many of which differ in size, shape and color. The hangers in the factory are in a way that does not fit in my taste in any way. The wire hangers are quite smooth and sophisticated, but also easy to adjust. Here’s how:
- -Metal wire hangers (I used wire-coat hangers)
- – Spray / Gold Spray Paint
1-Clean the wire harness and place it on a newspaper to paint with spray paint.
2-Spray paint on one side of the hanger with good paint, let it dry, and then paint the other side.
3 – After painting one side, make sure that the paint has reached everywhere and completely dry before moving to the other side. If you turn the paint to the other side before it dries, the paper will adhere to the wet portion and will remain on the hanger.
4-Check the strap to make sure that you have dyed it without missing it and continue until you have dyed the entire suspension.
If copper is not your color, why not try other colors? Pastel colors, bright colors or neon colors can create a truly beautiful look. With well-chosen color combinations, you can try to give rainbow colors to your hangers, for example. Limit, your imagination!