If you have headphone, you certainly understand that the most problem of storing headphone when you don’t use it, is the knotted cable. Perhaps you never though before, but one thing to help you save your headphone without any problem of cable is headphone stand. Headphone stand is perhaps provided in some stores, but having your own DIY headphone stand certainly will unique and satisfying.
Table of Contents
- Types of Headphone Stands
- Advantages of Headphone Stands
- Video How to Make a Cheap Headphone Stand
- DIY Headphone Stands
- 1. Hanging Plastic Headphone Stand
- 2. DIY Minion Headphone Stand
- 3. Under Table DIY headphone Stand
- 4. DIY Paper Clips headphone Stand
- 5. DIY Wall-mounted Wooden Headphone Stand
- 6. DIY Simple Wood Headphone Stand
- 7. DIY Old Small Pipe / Microphone Stand / Tripod Headphone Stand
- 8. Old Spiderman Toy DIY Headphone Stand
- 9. Solid Wood Framework DIY Headphone Stand
- 10. DIY Acrylic-Wood Headphone Stand
- 11. Head-shaped DIY Headphone Stand
- 12. Lego DIY Headphone Stand
- 13. DIY Wall-Mounted Hand-shaped Headphone Stand
- 14. DIY Cardboard Headphone Stand
- 15. Bottle DIY Headphone Stand
- 16. DIY Concrete Headphone Stand
- 17. Pipe and Valve DIY Headphone Stand
- 18. DIY Triplex Board Headphone Stand
- 19. Old Phone Headphone Stand
- 20. Japanese Shrine Headphone Stand
Types of Headphone Stands
Good headphone stand should have streamlined style, durable, and safe; likewise supported by aesthetic appearance.
Plastic stand is lightweight and cost-efficient, likewise it has bunches styles because of its ease in moulding and mildew. Thus, it’s a wonderful choice for you who love simplicity and low budgeting.
If you have one heavy and large headphone, you should choose resilient stand. Metal stand is good choice for you, reviewing that it is completed with protection feature. Yet, if you like marginal design, you’d better choose aluminium stand material with combination of steel.
For saving more than one headphones, you can choose stand with horizontal lengthy stem. Like one we have in the picture, it’s made by PVC, or you may also choose stand made from wood. Although it less durability than metal, yet it has more aesthetic allure.
Advantages of Headphone Stands
As we discussed, cluttered cable is the main problem of headphone. It potentially occurs when you put your headphone on the table disorderly. Additionally, when you work on your work desk, unconsciously you shift your headphone haphazardly. Then the cable is growing into dizzying nest; it’s really a waste of time to fix it before using it.
Having headphone stand perhaps negligible, yet turned out tremendously effective to prevent the cluttered cable. Furthermore, the existence of assigned headphone storage on your work desk will significantly give you much more convenient and neat working space.
Longer Useful Life
Having a headphone stand indeed costly, yet it’s worth it. Without headphone stand, various accidentally cases happen to your headphone. You probably put and take your headphone frequently or shift it unconsciously while working on work desk; it causes collision which certainly reducing your headphone durability.
Even, you potentially nudge it till it falls to the floor. While, the cluttered cable may causes cable disconnection and damage. Thus, headphone stand will be a remarkable storage area for headphone on your work desk and prevent all damage occurred.
Convenient And Accessible Storage
If you typically a neat person who always maintain your work desk stay neat, without headphone stand you generally tidy up your headphone in the preliminary box. It is quite complicated and consuming too much time for taking and storing it regularly.
While, with headphone stand, you don’t need to tidy up the cable again and again, yet you just need some seconds to take and store it. Thus, it will be a splendid convenient and accessible storage, likewise time-saver for you.
Video How to Make a Cheap Headphone Stand
DIY Headphone Stands
Perhaps you lack of ideas to create a proper DIY headphone stands, that’s why we’re here to bright your mind. For DIY, wood is always good to be used and easy to be found. In headphone DIY, you need wooden pallets (recycled or new), tightrope, nails, and hammer.
First of all, you’d better sandpaper the wooden pallet for smoother surface area. Hammer the wooden pallet to turn it into wall mounts. Then, develop holes for the tightrope to be a hanging shelf.
1. Hanging Plastic Headphone Stand
This one is easy and portable; you could find it in the shop or mould it as you desire. Nonetheless, you need a mould and quite good abilities in plastic moulding to get good result too.
2. DIY Minion Headphone Stand
Look at the minions! They look wearing your headphone. You can make this funny headphone stand by shaping wood into minion’s body, yet remember to match its size with your headphone. Complete the prospective minion with two eyes; get the eyes in the craft store, and paint it with minion’s the characteristic colour.
3. Under Table DIY headphone Stand
Hanging headphone storage is inspired by bag hanger; you can simply get it in bag stores or any other stores. Affix this T-shaped hanger under your work desk, for hanging your headphone as well as your bag.
4. DIY Paper Clips headphone Stand
We suggest this life hacker for you. Simply organize your paper clips into settled position as you saw in the picture, examine the strength with every things which has same weight with your headphone. Then straightforwardly hang your headphone there.
5. DIY Wall-mounted Wooden Headphone Stand
Shape the wood into half-oval; convince that the wide is fit to your headphone. Finish it, by attaching the wood into the wall using nail and hammer.
6. DIY Simple Wood Headphone Stand
With no troublesome, you plainly need one board for basic, T-shaped wooden platform for headphone hanger, and two stems for mobile phone holder. Merge them using nails and hammer, and it’s ready to use with additional place for your mobile phone storage.
7. DIY Old Small Pipe / Microphone Stand / Tripod Headphone Stand
If you have unused small pipe, microphone stand, or tripod camera don’t throw it away, you could cut it down into ideal size you wish and organize it to be a perfect shape for hanging your headphone. You could see one example construction in the picture.
8. Old Spiderman Toy DIY Headphone Stand
Have an old Spiderman toy? Just wipe and clean it in some part, then make it standing up steadily by sticking it into a base or directly to your table. Simply hang your headphone on his hands and let him bear it until you want the new style headphone stand.
9. Solid Wood Framework DIY Headphone Stand
Utilize an old championship plate, yet choose the one fit to your headphone size. Then simply hang your headphone there. You likewise can make it by yourself, however, good woodworking skill are prominent here. Nonetheless, making it by yourself will give you a chance to shape it freely.
10. DIY Acrylic-Wood Headphone Stand
Well, this one is quite complicated. You need a sophisticated wood cutter and excellent ability to make it. This is made form 3 plates of board and 2 plates of acrylic, which are constructed in layers. They are shaped to be fit to the headphone using computerize system and has additional LED to make it look sophisticated.
You can watch the tutorial in YouTube
11. Head-shaped DIY Headphone Stand
Head-shaped headphone stand is a bright idea to store your headphone. In the picture we show you an example of head-shaped headphone made from glass. You can make the same shape by utilizing an old mannequin head, simply take the mannequin’s head, and put it steadily in your table.
12. Lego DIY Headphone Stand
Wow! This is interesting! However you need a big patience to build this Lego headphone stand. In addition, you need to assure that your construction has a good strength to hold your headphone.
13. DIY Wall-Mounted Hand-shaped Headphone Stand
Some stores provide this unique shape; however, you can create the same shape by using hand-glove, bowl, and cement. Fill the hand-glove with wet cement, and put it inside a bowl to make it bent. Let it dry, and then mount it into the wall. You can embellish it with some colours if you like.
14. DIY Cardboard Headphone Stand
Do you want the cheapest headphone stand ever? Just use cardboard. Cut some layers of cardboard into appropriate shape; don’t forget to fit the size to your headphone. Stick all of the layers using adhesive glue and let it dry. To make it steadier, ensure you build a strong base.
15. Bottle DIY Headphone Stand
Don’t be hurry to throw away your unused bottles, because you can combine 2 bottles to store your headphone. Fill the wider bottle with sand, than put the higher bottle in reverse position. You should clearly bury the bottle’s neck into the sand to assure it will not fall down.
16. DIY Concrete Headphone Stand
Cement is always good and simple material moulded to everything. Straightforwardly, mould wet cement to specific shape you desire, just wait until dry and you can use it for storing your headphone. Nevertheless, don’t ever forget to fit the size to your headphone.
17. Pipe and Valve DIY Headphone Stand
Unload your warehouse, and then find some old pipes and valve. Look at the picture, we provided! Pipes and valve can turn into headphone hanger. You merely need pipe glue to construct it.
18. DIY Triplex Board Headphone Stand
If you can use cardboard, thereby you likewise can use triplex, and it will be stronger than cardboard. However, you should use more effort for this, because you need special triplex cutter and stronger adhesive glue. Yet still, you can shape it into everything you like.
19. Old Phone Headphone Stand
Still keeping your classic phone? Before you throw it away, try to clean it up and if it’s still good to save, simply locate it to your work desk for keeping your headphone. Then, perhaps you can beautify it using paint or some accessories. It will give classical and unique ambient to your work room.
20. Japanese Shrine Headphone Stand
This one probably looks intricate, yet actually it is the easy one. You don’t need special woodworking skill; plainly cut some timber into particular shapes, and just construct it into this shrine-shaped you saw in the picture. For finishing, add some Japanese colour scheme to get more Japanese style.