Rustic Towel Bar

Easy bathroom update: reclaimed wood adds country style to a towel bar.
Rustic Towel Bar

Rustic Towel Bar

By: Ana White

Materials Needed:

  • pallet, dry, with straight boards and free of grease, oil and splinters (ask for broken pallets at warehouses and large stores)
  • 1 towel bar
  • 1 robe hook
  • hammer
  • drill
  • 1/2" screws (6)
  • 2" screws (2)

Reclaim Pallet Board

Pry pallet boards loose from frame with hammer.

How To Construct a Rustic Bathroom Towel Bar: Step 1

How To Construct a Rustic Bathroom Towel Bar: Step 1

Remove Fasteners

Remove fasteners with hammer.

How To Construct a Rustic Bathroom Towel Bar: Step 2

How To Construct a Rustic Bathroom Towel Bar: Step 2

Attach Towel Bar and Robe Hook

Use 1/2" screws to attach robe hook and towel bar to reclaimed board.

How To Construct a Rustic Bathroom Towel Bar: Step 3

How To Construct a Rustic Bathroom Towel Bar: Step 3

Hang on Wall

Hang towel bar on wall with 2" screws, screwing into a stud in the wall. Tip: If studs aren't available, hang using a drywall anchor system.

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