I just finished making a new bow stand for practising at home.
It's made from an old, surplus, all metal, floodlight stand. The central pole was cut down to suit and now acts as an arrow holder / quiver, and has the bow holder mount attached to the top. It has fold up / out, "click-lock" legs that are mounted from the bottom of the central pole.
The bow holder part is made from two 5" lengths of 1/2" threaded rod, 1/2" Nyloc nuts, 2 normal 1/2" nuts, and 2, 3" x 1" x 3mm steel flat bar, bent in the middle, at a slight angle, to accommadate the curve of the central pole and two appropriate holes on either end for the threaded rod to go through. It is finished with 2 x 10mm long lengths of 5/16" fuel line to act as end / bumperstops, then overlaid over the Nyloc nut's to the end / bumper stops with 16mm, flat black, hot melt glue lined, heatshrink tubing, shrunk and fixed into place to help protect the finish on the bow. It's quite sturdy and has been wind tested, with a bow on it, to 44km/h, due to ex-tropical cyclone Tasha, that is degenerating in the area at present, not that I shoot in that sort of wind, but I thought a wind test at those speeds would help in it's R&D...
The camo is "Mossy Oak Brush" pattern, printed on an A4 sized paper sticker sheet, then liberally coated with clear automotive paint to stop the water-based ink from running and to weatherproof seal it, cut to size, then I weather-sealed the cut edges with brush-on "super / crazy" glue to also help stop the edges from lifting with age.