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If you have ever misplaced your keys, running around the home and looking for your keys everywhere every time you are ready to go out. Then you must understand the necessity for a key holder. Key holders are typically featured a wood plaque with small hooks spaced across its width.
They are available from various manufacturers or you can choose to DIY with the materials around you, like some wood board, old picture frames, Lego pieces, mirrors, hooks, etc and a bit of creativity. Here are some creative DIY key holder ideas we gathered recently for your more inspiration. They can be customized to your needs and will also work with the interior decor of your home.
A wonderful vintage frame with small hooks to support your keys. be at hand every time you leave or get home.
A creative way to transfer the old utensils into a key holder. Have some small blocks of wood painted, secure them to the wall, then glue on bent utensils for a pretty way to never lose your keys again.
This piece for the wall is sweet and easy to make. The component elements are simple: a shaped piece of wood, hooks and for the aesthetic part are some patterned wrap paper. The finished product looks wonderful with or without keys.
Driftwood is easy to find if you live somewhere near a beach. Drill holes to accommodate all hooks with screws. Then hang it up on your wall. It is a great place to hang your keys.
Using unusual hooks and mixed paints to change the traditional look of the key holder. I love the colors of these hooks and they are so unusual and they add more chic and vintage look to your home.
This is one of the simplest and also coolest DIY key holders I’ve seen so far. All you need are a couple of Lego pieces to create your own customizable Lego key holder with an amazing visual effect.
If you want to add more girl touch to you key holder, you are right here. This key holder looks so pretty colored with a sweet touch. The bird houses are covered in masking tape with various patterns and colors. It looks great near the front door.
The driftwood key holder will look even more amazing with some spray paints.
Here is another opinion regarding DIY key holders. Get old and unwanted keys bent and secured them on a rectangle piece of wood. A functional and cheap key holder is here for you.
Keys are always laying around, so having one central location with a little extra cuteness is a win-win! Check out and create one super cute wooden beads key holder like this for your own.
A genius idea to DIY a functional, funny and adorable key holder with a tennis ball.
A fun wood project that anyone can create with the right supplies!
If you are interested in sewing projects. You can pay attention to this DIY felt key holder. It is simple but with a tremendous effect to the décor.
The color combination of bright yellow and white adds more warmth and comfy to this piece of wall. Not only a useful key holder but also a beautiful addition to home decor.
This version of a key holder features an old board but decorated with vases and flowers. It looks good on the wall, replacing beautifully any painting or artwork, but holding your keys as well.
This key holder is made from several wall mounted RJ-45 jack network boxes. It’s quick and ingenious, and most of all, all your keys will be exactly where you have left them.
Glue and glue gun, magnets, flexible cork, masking tape, paint, and key hooks are all you need to create this project.
Make use of a small mirror to change the old and boring look of a wood board key holder. Now you can enjoy a beautiful mirror in your hallway combined with a functional key holder.
This project not only serves as a functional key holder, but also a chic and gorgeous home decor item.
A traditional and nautical piece with aquamarine paint, white plastic hooks, burlap heart and burlap bow decorated on top and ‘Keys’ written in white! It is an addition to your chic, rustic or even beach home.
This key holder idea needs very little effort to complete. Just attach some colorful hooks to a piece of old solid wood ,then hang it on the wall with rope and you’ve got yourself a beautiful and functional key holder.