I originally saw this hack on Hometalk.com and had to try it for myself! One of my daughter's favorite places to go is the Dollar Store. On our latest trip, I picked up two $1 hula hoops to make some decorative shelves for my office.
Two hula hoops
1-1.5 inch wood screws
4 pipe holder brackets
Two wooden boards, cut to fit the hula hoops
Step one is spray painting the hula hoops. I used Krylon Color Max in Metallic Gold.
For the wood, I found some scrap wood in the garage from who-knows-what project, that were the correct size, and applied a wood stain to deepen the color and finish the wood.
I also spray painted the screws and pipe holder brackets with the gold paint because, why not?
Next, I drilled pilot holes in the hula hoops that were lined up with where I was going to attach it to the wood on each side. Then, I drilled screws through the pilot holes and into the wood. I recommend using a spacer board in between the wood boards when you are attaching them to make sure they are level.
Here is the finished product - Super cute and so easy! Perfect addition to my zoom wall for all my meetings.