This week, I’m bringing you a super quick and easy DIY tutorial — perfect for beginners! Taking old furniture legs and re-purposing them, you can create these on-trend, wooden wall hooks.
These round furniture legs were leftover from a recent bedside table flip I did. On the bedside table they looked chunky and dated — most of all, they just didn’t fit the modern look I was going for.
Instead of throwing the legs away, I stashed them for a rainy day, crafternoon. By simply adding a splash of paint, I was able to make these colour-block wall hooks, which are functional and stylish.
Perfect for the hallway to hang your bag or coat as your walk in the door, or even in the bedroom to store your jewellery — these wall hooks are so versatile.
Loving the look and loving the fact that they were so cheap to make! Due to the beauty of upcycling, these wall hooks only cost the price of a couple of test pots.
Instructions for Wooden Wall Hooks
The materials you will need to make these wall hooks are 4x round furniture legs, sandpaper, wood filler, paint, painters tape and a paint brush.
1. Where the legs were secured to the body of the furniture, there may be glue and MDF remnants leftover that you need to remove.
2. First of all, sand back any glue or MDF remnants completely in preparation for painting.
3. Using a wood filler, fill the screw hole and allow to dry for at least 30 mins before sanding again.
4. , Next, wrap painters tape around the top border of the furniture leg.
5. Finally, paint the top of the furniture leg for a decorative touch.
6. Now your re-purposed furniture legs are ready to hang as wall hooks.