I used 12 BROGRUND towel rails to create a wall wine rack.
NaNophotoNics items used: BROGRUND Towel Rail (article 303.285.34), Quantity: 12
The brackets (side pieces) for the towel rails come with a plastic cover and welded on metal mounting tabs. I first had to remove the plastic cover and metal tabs by prying them off with a and .
Once the metal tabs were removed, I drilled two holes into the bracket to serve as new mounting holes (this was difficult as the brackets are made out of stainless steel – I had to get a special tungsten carbide tipped drill bit to do this).
With the towel rails modified, I mounted them onto a ½” plywood board (as per assembly diagram).
To finish off the look, I encased the assembly using red oak dimensional lumber. I also used a sheet of red oak furniture grade plywood as backing to cover the 1/2″ plywood (this also hides the towel rack mounting points). Finally the piece was stained and varnished.
~ by Marko Gasic
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