DIY Hose Storage Holder
If you want to beautify your garden area, try a few easy DIY upgrades to make a house look expensive, like this high-end looking hose storage holder. This elegant garden hose storage piece looks pricey, but you can build one yourself for very little money! And don’t worry if you’re a novice DIYer – even beginners can successfully construct this easy-to-make garden project.
Wooden post, 4″X 4″X 8′
Circular saw (optional)
Wood square, 4″
Wood square, 5″
Wall mount hose storage holder
Outdoor spray paint
Cut the 8-foot wooden post in half so that you have two posts measuring 4-feet long each. You can either do this yourself using a circular saw or have the post cut for you at the lumber supply store. An 8-foot post costs around $9, but this will enable you to have enough material for two hose holders.
Stand the wooden post upright on the ground. Brace the post if necessary in order to keep it stationary as you work.
Center and glue a 4-inch square piece of wood on top of a 5-inch square piece of wood using outdoor-rated wood glue. Allow the glue to dry.
Center and glue the stacked pieces of wood on top of the wooden post using wood glue. Allow the glue to dry.
Drill one pilot hole down into the center of the stacked pieces of wood.
Screw the wood finial into the pilot hole. You can probably do this by hand.
Decide on which side of the post will become the front, and place a wall mount hose holder against the post. Adjust the holder so that it’s positioned about 12 inches below the top of the post. You can find a basic wall mount hose holder for under $10, or you can use a more decorative holder for under $14.
Mark the screw holes of the wall mount garden hose storage holder using a pencil, then set the hose holder aside. Drill pilot holes into the marks.
Position the wall mount hose storage holder onto the post and attach it using wood screws.
Paint the entire garden hose storage holder using an outdoor spray paint, such as the Rust-Oleum Stops Rust Protective Enamel Hammered Black Spray Paint. Allow the paint to dry completely.
Dig a hole for your garden hose holder that’s around 18 inches deep. Make sure to dig the hole relatively close to the water spigot on your house.
Place the bottom of the hose holder post into the hole, and brace the post with rocks and stones. Fill the dirt back into the hole and tamp it down.
Attach one end of your garden hose to the spigot, then wind the length of the hose around the holder for storage.
Looking for more inexpensive outdoor projects? Try these 10 easy-to-build planters and trellises for spring.
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