I have a really fun and simple project that would be great for any bathroom. Remember that super long blank wall in the bathroom? Well, I’ve been racking my brain for a fun idea for that wall for 6 long months. With all the white and bright colors, I wanted to shoot for some wood contrast to tone down this room. I also wanted to add some industrial elements to the room. Then, I discovered some cut-offs of lumber Chris had in a pile and the idea hit me, a bathroom towel holders with water valves. So here is an easy DIY industrial bathroom towel holders that you can create in minutes.
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When we had our trip to the lake back in April, I was drawn to the different water valves I ventured across. They made really cool subjects for my impromptu photography session. While I was out there, I thought using a couple of different valves as towel holders would be a super cute idea for our bathroom remodel. Once I got back home, I put pen to paper drill to wood and got this project crafted up in about 30 minutes.
To start off, I found a few cut-off pieces of lumber lying around from our pony wall install. I purposely picked out the imperfect and odd-sized boards just to give these towel holders some character. Plus, it’s easier to hid screw ups when you intend for them to be different, right?
I stained the wood a dark chestnut brown using a Rust-oleum stain, drilled holes for the screws and screwed these industrial water valves onto each board. I used simple brackets nailed to the back to hang them by.
Materials Needed for industrial bathroom towel holders
Lumber – free
Stain – had on hand
Water Spouts – $27
Project Total came to $27.