I have a homemade pipe stand and use the warbonnet webbing suspension that came with my first Blackbird. I have the webbing wrapped around the top pipe and down the upright pipes to the height I want and then I just adjust as needed.
I already had the pipe and only had to have it threaded and buy 2 T's and 2 90 degree elbows. The completed stand is 10 feet 6 inches in total length. It fits well in the room which is 11 feet 4 inches.
The pipe is old power station boiler tubing, not galvanized. The ridge section is one piece, the uprights are around 5 1/2 feet long (I just halved a longer piece for these) and the foot pieces are a little over 2 feet long. The rack is rather heavy, but solid. It is heavier than galvanized and harder to thread, but it worked well. A lot of folks use 1 inch galvanized with no problems.
I will look through my photos and see if I can find a picture of the rack with the Traveler hanging on it.