If you only own a headphone, you would probably skip this article. If you had more than one, what would you do? Perhaps you would find a suitable place to keep them both. Although it is easy to just put them in some storage, their cables might get entangled with one another. This is why you need to have a DIY headphone stand.
To keep your headphones (or headphone collection) in order, a proper DIY headphone stand will solve the problem. Some of the ideas are here. Check them out one by one. Take your pick.
- 1 10 DIY Headphone Stands That Not Many Can Think Of
- 1.1 A DIY Headphone Stand in The Shape of Minions
- 1.2 A DIY Red Headphone Stand
- 1.3 Large Paper Clips as Your DIY Headphone Stand
- 1.4 Another Simple, DIY Headphone Stand Made of Wood
- 1.5 Another Simple, DIY Headphone Stand Made of Wood – on The Wall
- 1.6 A Spiderman Action Figure as a DIY Headphone Stand
- 1.7 An Under-The-Table, DIY Headphone Stand
- 1.8 A DIY Headphone Stand Made of an Old or Used Tripod/Small Pipe/Microphone Stand
- 1.9 A Solid Wood Frame or Platform for Your DIY Headphone Stand
- 1.10 Share this:
10 DIY Headphone Stands That Not Many Can Think Of
For DIY projects, wood is one of the materials anyone can find easily. For this DIY headphone stand, you need some wooden pallets, a tightrope, nails, and a hammer. You can use recycled pallets to save some money, but make sure they are still in good condition.
For a smoother surface, do not forget to sandpaper the wooden pallets. After that, hammer the pieces of wood that will function as hangers. For a variety, create holes for the tightrope. This will become a hanging shelf.
A DIY Headphone Stand in The Shape of Minions
If you have watched the movies, like “Despicable Me” and also “Minions”, you are familiar with these characters. Small, yellow, and noisy, these cute creatures are the inspiration for one of the unique headphone stand designs.
For starters, shape the wood into the body of a Minion characters. Do not forget to create holes for their eyes. Make sure the sides have the place to put your headphones. For the eyes, you can buy the eyeball toys at a craft shop. Paint the body according to the Minion characters. Leave them dry for a while before placing your headphones there.
A DIY Red Headphone Stand
Want something simple and portable? These red headphone stands are the answers. If you can find them in stores with a much affordable price, buy some to store your headphones.
If not, you can create your own by moulding the plastic materials according to your preferred style. However, you must have skills to do this.
Large Paper Clips as Your DIY Headphone Stand
Paper clips are not just made to clip some papers together. If you are creative enough, you can do more with these things. DIY l shaped desk
You do not need to be like MacGyver, though. Just find the big ones and hang them on a pin on the wall. Test their strength by hanging your headphones there. If they do not fall off, then you have just got yourself your own DIY headphone stands – makde of large paper clips.
Another Simple, DIY Headphone Stand Made of Wood
This DIY headphone stand is simple to make. Create a platform and a simple stand with two bars sticking out for hanging your headphones. What is even better? You can add another stand for your mobile phone on the platform. Two functions in one design this headphone stand is.
Another Simple, DIY Headphone Stand Made of Wood – on The Wall
What is the difference between this design with the one in No.5? Although both are made of wood, this DIY headphone stand is much smaller and more compact. It does not take up too much space.
Another thing is that you have to keep it hanging on the wall. With nails and a hammer, attach this stand and then hang your headphone there.
A Spiderman Action Figure as a DIY Headphone Stand
Want to know how strong your Spiderman action figure is? Make him stand on your table or a makeshift platform. Then try to hang your headphones on both of his arms.
If your action figure still stands, that means it is made of good quality. Not only that, you get a DIY headphone stand without a fuss.
An Under-The-Table, DIY Headphone Stand
The idea for this design is inspired by a stand under the table to hang your bags. You can see tables like this one in some restaurants.
By attaching a T-shaped wood under the table, you do not just get a hanger for your bags, but also for your headphones. Yay.
A DIY Headphone Stand Made of an Old or Used Tripod/Small Pipe/Microphone Stand
If you have a camera tripod you no longer use, do not throw it away just yet. (By the way, this also works for a used, small pipe or a microphone stand.) DIY Computer Desk
You can cut down the tripod/pipe/stand if it is too long. Then create it with the shape that you really like. With one side sticks out, you can use that part to hang your headphones.
A Solid Wood Frame or Platform for Your DIY Headphone Stand
Do not feel like leaving your headphones hanging? Then this DIY headphone stand design can be your idea. To make it easier, you can use an old championship plate made of wood. If there is still a gold emblem on one side, it is up to you whether you want to strip that off or not.
Some people may use this kind of plate for this. Make sure it is big enough to store at least two sets of headphones. If you would like to create this stand with the shape that you want, you will need some serious skills in woodworking.
There are other ideas for your DIY headphone stand.Before you decide to pick any, how many headphones have you got? Are they of different shapes and sizes?
Some headphones are old-fashioned that they are big enough to look more like ear-muffs. Some other headphones are so small that they are often used more for your headphones. Whatever your DIY headphone stand choices are, make sure that:
They are affordable and easy to find.
Their shapes will not give you too much trouble in storing your headphones and keeping the stands at home.
Well, even if you want to create a DIY headphone stand, make sure that you have the skills, the right tools, the passion, and the patience in making it happen.
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