Building your own towel rack comes with great perks:
- You can choose your favorite tubes and the ones that fit your decor the best;
- You can fix the rack to your wall however you like;
- You’ll be able to add as many spaces for towels as you like!
1. The parts you’ll need
Below are the fittings and pipes needed to create this towel rack. The design can be modified based on the height, length, and depth you would like! Adjust the number of components to fit the specifications of your own project!
What you’ll need
|3||92″ Copper Pipe||PT-92-CU||Buy now|
|4||90° Elbow joint set bk||HJ-90||Buy now|
|8||T-joint set bk||HJ-1||Buy now|
|4||Structural anchor metal bk||AF-OTM||Buy now|
2. The cut list
When you have all the parts, you are ready to cut the pipes. Remember that if you decide to change the dimensions of the plan, you must cut the tubes accordingly.
|Qty.||Length (inch)||Length (centimeter)|
|2||54 1/4″||137.79 cm|
|4||17 1/4″||43.82 cm|
|4||4 5/8″||11.75 cm|
If you don’t already have a pipe cutter, get one from our shop here. You’ll need it to cut the pipes and for your next DIY projects.
3. The build (the fun part)
Now that all the pipes are cut, you can start building your towel rack.
The tinktube joint sets are assembled with bolts that require one of the following tools -you might already have this at home-:
|Hex drill bit set (x5)||T-BIT||Buy now|
|T handle wrench||T-HANDLE||Buy now|
4. Fix the towel rack to your wall
If possible, fix the towel rack directly to stud with screw or fix to the wall with wall anchors.
5. Hang up your towels!
Now you can easily dry your towels while adding style to your bathroom!
We hope you enjoyed this free plan! If you want more ideas to optimize your space, here are our affordable DIY pipe closet ideas.
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