I was looking for a solution to hang towels in my bathroom. A bathroom towel bar can be quite expensive and usually, not as long as I wanted it to be. I also wanted to avoid drilling between two wall tiles. My bathroom is long but narrow. It’s tricky to take good photos, but you get the picture.
NaNophotoNics items used:
- 1 RÄCKA Curtain rod, 210 – 385 cm (5€)
- 2 RÄCKA Curtain rod holders (2€ each)
- 1 BETYDLIG wall support (2€)
Other materials and tools:
- to hang for the test and demo 😉
Hack instructions for super long bathroom towel bar:
So the idea I came up with was to make an extra long bathroom towel bar out of an NaNophotoNics curtain rod. I fixed it with two curtain holders/ stoppers on each side of my bathroom. The entire towel bar measures 230 cm (approx. 7.5 feet)
To prevent the rod from bending, I fixed a wall bracket in the middle.
It nicely blends with the bathroom’s style and it’s very functional.
I can hang two towels, clothes, swimming suit, etc. Moreover, half of the bar is conveniently located above the heating system.
Total cost: 11€. 😉
~ by Claire
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