This DIY Quilt Rack Takes Up Little Space

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Paint it to Match Your Decor!

This attractive quilt rack was designed to sit behind a sofa or along a wall. It takes up little space and is an easy DIY project.

Hang quilts on the rod and use the top as a catchall or a pretty display space. The result is a charming way to display quilts when space is limited.

DIY Modern Quilt Rack Instructions

You may not even need woodworking skills to make this. Big box stores like Lowe’s and Home Depot will cut the pieces to size.

DIY Modern Quilt Rack Instructions

Then cut round holes for the rod (tips included) and screw it together. Paint the rack whatever color you want.

The finished rack, from Ana White, is 72″ long x 29.5″ high x 9.25″ wide.

Click here for the free “Modern Quilt Rack” instructions.


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