This build was largely dictated by the parts I happened to have on hand. The base was tucked under a bed to the extent possible, but one foot remained where I might step on it, so I bolted another angle iron to the end of this foot to make it broader and thus less agonizing if stepped on. I also put a throw rug over it for good measure. The sharp corners of the angle iron were made safe by dog-earing them underneath using a channel wrench, which is not difficult. Any remaining burrs were filed. The shortest foot was an afterthought for stability and was made from a steel bracket instead of angle iron. Initially, the glide on the end was in the air, so I lowered it by adding a short piece of angle iron and using relatively long bolts with extra nuts as spacers. The long inclined member was made by bolting three 3-foot pieces together. Every third round hole was circled with a felt-tipped marker to indicate where to hang the garments to ensure even spacing and thus good air circulation. The base is weighed down by 4 pavers salvaged from a local construction site, after asking the crew permission. The pavers were housebroken by brushing and spraying with 0.2% bleach while they sat on a storm drain grille, followed by air-drying on the curb.