I’m teaming up with some blogger friends again for another round of Farmhouse Friends projects! Today I have a super easy DIY hose stand that will help keep your backyard organized and looking beautiful. This post contains affiliate links to recommended products. See my full disclaimer.
Anyone else have a garden hose that looks like this 99% of the time? Yeah, me too.
My husband and I decided to fix this issue with a cute & simple DIY hose stand!
What You’ll Need
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We constructed this almost exactly the same way we built our DIY Address Post.
- Paint your 4×4. We went with white for a classic look.
- Dig a hole for your post and set it in concrete. Using a standard 6 foot post, we set 1.5 feet into the concrete and left the remaining 4.5 feet above ground. You can make your post shorter depending on how much hose you need to hang. Allow time for the concrete to set up properly.
- Paint and attach your post cap. We painted ours black for a similar look to our DIY Address Post.
- Attach the hose hanger to the post.
And DONE! Now instead of a messy pile of hose in our flower bed, we have a cute DIY hose stand to keep the hose untangled and off the ground.
It’ll look even better once my flowers start filling in behind it!
Don’t forget to check out the rest of the Farmhouse Friends projects!
Click their names or photos below to see each blogger’s project!
Angie @ Knick of Time
Susan @ Love of Home
Julie @ Love My Simple Home
Paula @ Sweet Pea
Tammy @ One More Time Events
Stacy @ Anastasia Vintage
Kim @ Hunt and Host
Amy @ My Life From Home
Christen @ DIY Swank
Meg @ Hello Farmhouse
Tara @ Lehman Lane
Visit our hashtag #FarmhouseFriends on social media as well!
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