DIY Rustic Towel Rack

Towel Bars and HooksMy answer? Towel hooks! Take away all the towel bars that got here with your house, and grasp up towel hooks. You could find various kinds at Residence Depot or Lowes in the Residence Organization aisle. Conveniently the wood base for the hooks usually cover the holes left behind from the towel bars. Voila! No patching crucial!

I used to be not a fan of the wood coloration, so I chalk painted them white. There are lots of different chalk paints out there, however I used what I had on hand and it is the Martha Stewart brand from Michael’s. Its really called Vintage Decor paint, but it surely nonetheless give that chalky consistency. I feel it works nice and its just a few dollars a bottle. I eliminated the hooks with a screw driver to make it a little simpler to paint. After they were dry, I distressed them a bit with some sandpaper. I reattached the hooks and put in them. The hooks came with a template for simple hanging with drywall anchors and screws.

For a smaller number of ribbons, or the particular ones like the massive championship rosettes, purchase a big picket image body. An unfinished one might be painted in your barn colors or to mix with the room’s décor. Reduce a bit of hen or rabbit wire to suit the again of the frame and staple or nail it in place. Cowl the edges of the wire with masking tape so the reduce edges of wire will not scratch the wall. Hang the body and fix the ribbons to the wire mesh. Now you may have framed these memorable ribbons for everyone to view.

Make your towel racks really stand out with a few subtle details certain to face out. This DIY from Shanty 2 Stylish performs up the fantastic thing about dark stained wood with some material rosettes as accents. Rosettes are a good way to tie collectively the color palette of the room. Select fabric that coordinates along with your towels, rugs, or paint for a unified design.

My present toilet is as removed from my fantasy and simply wanting a trip out again to the outhouse. It’s small, has an outdated, outdated washstand and restricted storage. The walls are painted a muted yellow, and the tiles are obviously from the late 50’s or early 60’s-yellow and green. The ground is uninteresting, and of an affordable linoleum that has cracks and is curling at the edges of the wall.