Nifty·Posted on Jan 30, 2017Be The Envy Of All Your Friends With This Clever DIY Coat RackJust a bunch of rebel hangers switchin' up the game.by Greg Perez, Nifty, Emily ShwakeFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Emily Shwake / BuzzFeed / Nifty Sometimes, all you need for a better solution to an annoying problem is a shift of perspective. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Disney Flip your old wooden hangers to build a neat-looking coat rack. If you don't have this stuff already lying around your house, you'll need to grab a few things... 1x 5½ x 24-inch piece of wood, $27.42Wooden hangers, $16.991¼-inch wood screws, $5.791¼-inch wire nails, $5.76Hammer, $7.94Drill, $17.99Drill bit set, $4.91Sandpaper, $6.38Full list of supplies here. 1. Cut a 1 x 5.5 x 24 inch piece of wood ($27.42) and drill ($17.99) 5 holes that are equally spaced across the bottom of the board. BuzzFeed / Nifty The holes should be about an inch away from the bottom edge. 2. Use a jigsaw to cut 5 wooden hangers ($16.99) about an inch from the center. Use the sandpaper ($6.38) to smooth down the edges. BuzzFeed / Nifty Family Handyman has helpful tips if you haven't used a jigsaw before. 3. Drill a hole in the hanger. Use a 1¼-inch wood screw ($5.79) to attach it to the board. BuzzFeed / Nifty 4. Secure the thin beam of the hanger with a hammer ($7.94) and a 1¼-inch wire nail ($5.76). BuzzFeed / Nifty 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 until all of your hangers are attached. BuzzFeed / Nifty 6. Hang your crap. BuzzFeed / Nifty Watch the full tutorial here. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php Follow BuzzFeed's Nifty for more cool hardware projects.