Irene Delaney Towel Ring November 21st, 2018 - 06:22:22
The towel shelf over the toilet. So I didn't want to actually put any shelves in the wall because I'm trying to avoid doing holes at all, because I am a renter which is normally a rule. And I thought that I could really build a very simple shelf to go about that. For pretty cheap, so let me show you what I did so. I grabbed 3 1 by 2 6 foot long and a couple of baskets from the dollar store. Total cost me 20 bucks. So basically you can keep two of those 6-foot posts the same length. You take one of the other ones and you cut some crossbars for your shelf now.
Basically, this is going to really vary depending on your space. How many shelves you want! I just have two and I made sure that this would fit and tuck nicely behind my toilet. It provides it a little bit more stability as well, so before the shelf hasn't leaned forward, it means up against the toilet, anyways that once you've combined all of those pieces and a little grid like I did here, I then screwed in a couple of screws.
In the front, leave them hanging out a little bit and then that way you can hang your shelves on it. Like I'm, showing you here decorated as you please. I used some fake plants in my bathroom because I have no window, and this is actually a previous I'll leave that link below for you and it just screwed into the back, because the side pieces there were made with. So I mean it's pretty simple, but it's nice to have projects like that, because I'm pretty sure anyone of any sort of skill set can put that together and you can kind of customize it to your space.
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