Want to jazz up your bathroom in less than an hour? Try making one of these DIY towel holders. Not only are they practical and functional, but a towel holder can really be a statement piece in your bathroom. Need to organize your space? Don’t miss our posts on towel bar organization hacks!
DIY Towel Holders to Pretty Up Your Bathroom
Your inner beach bum will love this driftwood towel rack. Simply find a suitable piece of driftwood on the beach, add coat hangers, and you’re all set.
Hang some rope on hooks across a length of your wall. Love the nautical vibe with this one.
The rope towel holder seems to be pretty popular, actually. Here’s another variation.
And here’s yet another rope towel bar. We love the wide hardware on this one, especially how the rope is knotted around it.
Create a gallery of empty frames to hang your towels from. What an interesting touch!
This clever diyer created a towel bar from the back of a chair. Free projects are always the best, aren’t they?
Make stylish towel rings using metal rings and painted wooden beads. A piece of leather is added for hanging on a nail. Easy!
This pin is super popular, and we can see why. The rustic towel bar is easy to create, and it looks great with country, rustic or nautical decor.
Framed pallet boards and coat hooks are used to create this gorgeous towel holder. Take a look at the rest of this bathroom, too. It’s so light and airy!
This super cute DIY towel holder only cost $10 to make. Love that it has a space for extra towels above the towel hook.
Do you have an old belt laying around? These towel bars were created with dowels placed in leather hoops. Simple and elegant.
This simple towel ring from a hardware store is dressed up with a coat of paint and a leather strap at the top. It’s the perfect hand towel holder.
And if you like towel rings, you can also fancy yours up by adding a pretty frame behind it.
Vintage window frames make excellent towel holders, as you see here. She only added hooks and a gorgeous little wreath.
This simple wood towel bar is made with two tongue-in-groove boards. Add stain and hook… that’s it!
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