How to Wall Mount Dyson Cordless Vacuum Without Drilling or Damaging Wall

Using Labrico 2″ x 4″ Adjuster brackets, you can finally mount your Dyson or cordless vacuum without drilling or damaging the wall. You don’t need to keep the vacuum lying on the ground charging and getting in the way. Now, you can hang your Dyson in convenient spot ready for use.

So this is how you do it.

You build a stud post held vertically by popping on a bracket on the top and bottom of the post. The top bracket has an adjusting screw which tightens the bracket against the ceiling.

Then the Dyson docking station is fastened onto the 2″ x 4″ timber post.

By building a post, you don’t need to find the stud in the wall. That’s if you can find it. Best of all, you don’t need to damage the wall which is great if you are a renter!

Dyson V8 Absolute mounted onto timber post
Labrico bottom cap - vintage green colour
Labrico top cap secured tightly against the ceiling
Side view of Dyson mounting onto the timber post

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12 thoughts on “How to Wall Mount Dyson Cordless Vacuum Without Drilling or Damaging Wall”

  1. This product is great. I am a tenant so I can’t put any holes in the wall. I do not want to lose my deposit.

  2. I’m in a rental property. It’s so hard not to mount things on the wall. Like I have decorations and books that I want to display but I can’t. The Landlord said no.

    I leave my Dyson V8 cordless sitting in the closet which is not a convenience spot because there is no electrical switch to use.

    Now I can put my Dyson in the kitchen where it’s easy to use.

    1. Thanks for your question LoveMyDyson,

      I’ve had my Dyson on the wall for over 6 months without problem.

      One or two times my 6 y.o son was pretty heavy handed putting the Dyson back on on the dock which shifted the bottom bracket slightly. I just pushed it back into place.

    2. The load bearing weight of the brackets depends on the strength of the ceiling, how the bracket have been installed and what items you mount, store or hang on the 2 x 4.

      I mounted my Dyson using a single 2 x 4 over 6 months ago now and haven’t had any problems. Though, keep in mind to check the brackets once every couple of weeks to ensure they remain in position.

  3. uprobablygreen

    So I just bought a Dyson V8 (originally was going to buy the V6 but decided to trade up to the V8) as a “treat yo self” from my cheap-o Walmart stick vac. I really love it so far and I wanna find a way to practically use the wall unit as I have a lot of space for it in my apartment, but I can’t drill into the walls:(

  4. This looks like a great option as I’m considering buying a stick vacuum but can’t drill holes in the wall. The difficulty I face is an architrave causing a slight curve from the wall to the ceiling. Following the instructions the 2×4 will be proud of the wall not flush with it with a fair chance of not being at a 90 degree angle to the floor or ceiling. Is there a workaround to deal with this?

    1. Hi Roy,

      Thanks for the question.
      I understand your issue with the architrave on the ceiling. Ideally you want a timber post up against the wall just in case it gets knocked about.

      I can think of 1 option however it depends how far the architrave comes off from the wall.

      Option 1.

      Secure a smaller piece of timber to the back of the main 2 x 4 (as shown in the picture). This will hold the main 2 x 4 timber beam away from the wall and hopefully enough buffer to accommodate the length of your ceiling architrave.

      You can see from the picture that I mounted my TV. The bracket system has held up well. The TV weighs about 11 lbs (5kg) and the TV mount 2.2 lbs (1kg).

      If the above idea doesn’t work, email me a photo of the area you plan to install the vacuum. There might be a second wall or support you can utilise using another set of brackets. Email me at

      Wall Mount TV


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