9 Uses for Copper Pipe in Your Home Decor

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If you didn't know that copper pipe DIYs are a popular trend in home decor, then it's possible you've been doing Pinterest wrong. Because it's everywhere. But we're not here to judge; we're here to help. We've rounded up the cutest, coolest, cleverest ways to use copper pipe.

(Not a big DIYer? Simply add these appliances to your kitchen to get the gorgeous look of copper in your home.)

1. Tool Organizer

garage tools hanging on s-hooks that are suspended from copper pipes mounted on a wall

If pegboards aren't your thing, but being organized is, try this copper pipe rail storage system.

2. Clothing Stand

a clothing rack with a shoe rack attached made from copper pipe

Not enough closet space? This clothing stand is your solution.

3. Lamp

Christine and Jan from Little House on the Corner topped their homemade lamp with a black shade — a strong complement to the copper base.

4. Towel Rack

Image Credit: HomeMade Modern

A lot of steps to make this towel rack, yes – but it's worth it.

5. Jewelry Stand

Tim and Mary from 17 Apart created this cool little stand as an easy way to organize jewelry on your dresser.

6. Copper and Wood Ladder Shelf

Every minimalist living room or bedroom needs one of these ladders, don't you think? Hunker contributor Caroline Burke from Burkatron shares her step-by-step DIY.

7. Plant Stand

Image Credit: Sarah Dorsey

Because you're going to overcome your brown thumb and finally add plants as home decor … with this copper stand, of course.

8. Magazine Display

Such a lovely way to display your favorite design mags, from Caitlin and Manda at The Merrythought.

9. Pipe and Wood Slice Side Table

As Francesca from Fall for DIY knows, copper and wood is a match made in heaven. Hunker heaven.


Laurie Gunning Grossman, Hunker’s editorial director, caught the California boho minimalist bug. So, she bought a cream-colored couch. And she also lives with two kids and two dogs, so we’ll see how that decision pans out.

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